Need Tutoring? Register Today at the NOCE Learning Centers!    

The NOCE Learning Centers offer academic support and free tutoring in person.

Students in ALL programs are welcome to use the services in the Basic Skills Learning Centers. The Learning Centers are staffed with instructors, instructional assistants, and tutors. All to help students with their reading, writing, math, and life skills.

Steps to Register into the NOCE Learning Centers – Academic Tutoring and Support Labs   

1. Students need their Student IDs

2. Students may register in the Academic Tutoring and Support Learning Center online via myGateway. See How to Register for Classes for more instruction. *Students must upload vaccination records or exemption forms on MyGateway and be cleared prior to registering.

To reach the Learning Centers, call or email: 

3. Attend Lab – Starting January 18, 2022

  • Attend Learning Center Lab at your selected NOCE Center throughout the 2022 Spring Semester: January 18 – May 27, 2022.
  • Registration is ongoing via myGateway.
  • Learning Centers are offered in-person and are open to students in all programs; COVID-19 vaccination or approved exemption required.
  • GED/HiSET Preparation support is available in the Anaheim Learning Center. Please call 714.808.4583
  • High School Diploma Program students need a referral from their high school instructor.
  • Free tutoring services are available to all students.
  • Please visit NOCE’s Vaccine Mandate page for the latest COVID-19 vaccine mandate updates.

Learning Center Hours

Hours: Monday – Thursday: 8:30 a.m. – 8 p.m. 

Contact: 714.808.4583 or AnaheimLearningCenter@noce.edu

Hours: Monday – Thursday: 8:30 a.m. – 2:45 p.m. 

Contact: 714.808.4651 or  CypressLearningCenter@noce.edu 

NOCE Learning Centers Offer

  • Free tutoring
  • Flexible hours
  • Group and individualized teaching
  • Open entry lab for students in all programs
  • Assistance with scholarship application
  • Basic Canvas information

About the NOCE Learning Centers

  • Students can reach their academic and career goals, and work with faculty and tutors in subjects such as math, grammar, and reading. 
  • The Learning Centers are open-entry and allow students to work at their own pace.