The Tutoring and Technology (TNT) Center
The Tutoring and Technology (TNT) Center provides online support services for students and faculty engaged in a variety of distance learning formats to ensure opportunities for student success. TNT offers FREE online professional tutoring through Brainfuse to St. Philip's College students in numerous areas for help with some of their toughest courses and subjects!
Brainfuse online tutoring (FREE 24/7 online tutoring through your Canvas course. A great resource when you're not on campus! Each student initially receives 420 free minutes. For additional minutes contact Liz Castillo at email@example.com. For more information on how to use Brainfuse visit our website.)
Access TNT tutors via Brainfuse!
Free Online Services
Book Loan Program
The St. Philip's College Tutoring and Technology (TNT) Center Book Loan Program is now being offered year-round and is available via online reservations!
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Reading a Textbook
The Reading Process
The Writing Process
Scholarship Essay Tips
Get Tech Ready
Get Ready for Remote Learning
Becoming and Effective Note Taker
Canvas Calendar Tips
College and Community Resources
Five Day Plan for Test Prep
Objective Test Tips
Note Taking Tips
Our Tutors (Located on Brainfuse under Tutor Match)
History, Government, College Reading, College Writing, Speech
TEAS All Subjects
Verle Ann Proctor
Verle Ann Proctor
Email one of our tutors to set up an online tutoring session. Please note that when using Brainfuse Tutor Match with our TNT tutors you are not using any of your Brainfuse hours.
For assistance please call 210-486-2527. Additional resources for distance learners can be found at alamo.edu/spc/distance-learning.
Hours of Operation
- Monday–Thursday: 8:00am–7:00pm
- Friday 8:00am - 5:00pm
- Monday through Friday: 8:00am–5:00pm
- Saturday 10:00am-3:00pm
Face to Face tutoring sessions available by appointment. Please email one of our tutors to schedule your appointment today.