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DCC faculty & staff are available to help you. Follow these instructions to use Navigate to schedule appointments:

  1. Log in to MyDCC using Google Chrome or Firefox. 
  2. Select the EAB Navigate Student tile:
    Navigate Student Icon
  3. Select Appointments from the left-hand menu, then click Schedule an Appointment:
    Appointment List Screenshot
  4. Select what type of appointment and which service you want to meet with, then click Find Available Time.
    Navigate Appointment Scheduling Department Dropdown
  5. Select a day to see what times are available. Days with times available are marked with a dot beneath the date.
    Appointment Detail Screenshot
  6. Pick the desired time under the type of meeting you want: Faculty Office/In Person, Online (Zoom), or Phone.
    Choose a Meeting Time
  7. Review appointment details. Add comments in the text box that help describe your appointment, like “I want to change my major to Engineering,” or “I need help with my resume.” Then click the blue Schedule button.
    Review Appointment Details and Confirm
  8. You will see a success screen where you can view your appointment, and an email will be sent to your student Gmail address. You will also get a reminder email (or text, if you have opted into texting) the day prior to your appointment.


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Online Tutoring

24/7 Online Tutoring


Current students can receive free online tutoring for all subjects 24/7 through Brainfuse. Log into the MyDCC portal and choose the option for Brainfuse to sign in.

Then, choose the topic & subject you need help with and you'll be matched with an online tutor. Click Connect to begin working with your tutor right away.

Useful Resources


BRAINFUSE is an excellent resource - for ALL students. It is free for DCC students.  Check out their great options:

How to get the most out of Tutoring

How should I use Tutoring?

  • Use tutoring to discuss course materials, ask questions, and work practice problems
  • Go to class!  Tutoring is not a substitute for lecture, recitation, or office hours
  • Tutoring isn’t a chance to have another student explain the content
  • Don’t procrastinate! Sessions right before a test are less helpful and may not be available

When should I use tutoring?

  • Use tutoring often - to keep the information fresh
  • Don’t wait until you're in trouble!
  • To review for a major assignment, and to improve understanding course materials
  • Early - don't wait until the last minute

What should I bring to Tutoring?

  • Class notes, lecture notes, and textbook
  • Practice problems or tests distributed by instructors
  • Anything from class that you have questions about

What should I expect from Tutoring

  • Tutoring supplements the work required by your class
  • The tutor will ask questions, rather than give solutions