Distance Learning Academic Resources
Online Tutoring is available from NWACC and several sources in the community.
The NWACC Writing Center is staffed by an English Composition faculty member who assists students with the writing process. The Writing Center can provide help via email, including reviewing papers and essays before submission.
The NWACC Bookstore has a textbook lookup tool that you can use to find your books before the semester begins.
The Testing Center provides support for online classes that require proctored testing here, and will assist online students in finding a suitable testing location close to the student's home as needed. Online Proctoring is available with instructor consent.
The primary mission of the Disability Resource Center (DRC) is to ensure equal access to educational opportunities for students with disabilities at NWACC, including students that are taking online classes.
The NWACC Library is dedicated to meeting the instructional and informational needs of students. It offers many different services for students in online classes, including online databases, inter-library loan, and librarian chat.
The Academic Advising Center helps students plan their academic programs through a coordinated set of activities and services. Academic advising is an opportunity to exchange information designed to help students reach their educational and career goals.This list highlights the areas that have online resources available. For a full list of resources please see Current Student Resources.