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Sign in to Canvas & click "Tutor.com: 24/7 Online Tutoring" to use your free minutes
SJR State gives current students 300 minutes of time to spend on tutor.com. To use those minutes, sign in to Canvas, click on your class, and click the "Tutor.com: 24/7 Online Tutoring" link on the left.
If you don't use the link in Canvas, tutor.com won't recognize you as a student at SJR State and will expect you to pay for minutes - don't do that!
The link to tutor.com is on the navigation menu on the left side of the screen in Canvas.
Current SJR State students get 300 free minutes of online tutoring services from tutor.com each semester. That is 300 minutes total - it does not matter how many classes you are taking.
Need help with tutor.com? Contact us!
Tutoring is available in most subjects. Just click "Select a subject" and click the name of the class that you need help with!
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