Tutoring Center (ACE) Free On-Campus Tutoring for Current NVCC Students

Academic Center for Excellence (ACE)

About NVCC's ACE

The Academic Center for Excellence (ACE) is dedicated to helping all NVCC students succeed and reach their academic goals.Stop by and visit us to check out our services and facilities. There is something here for everyone and we encourage you to take advantage of the resources, technology and study space. ACE staff members are available to meet and talk with you about any questions or concerns you have, relevant to your college experience.Together, the faculty and staff are committed to enhancing your success as a NVCC student and supporting you so please, come and see us soon.We look forward to getting to know you! 

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Waterbury ACE

Fall 2018 Hours

Day Hours (Subject to tutor availability)
Monday & Tuesday 8 a.m.-8 p.m.
Wednesday & Thursday 8 a.m.-7 p.m.
Friday 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
Saturday & Sunday 12 p.m.-4 p.m.

The Waterbury ACE, located in Ekstrom Hall, Room E500
Call us at: 203-575-8073

Danbury ACE

General Hours 

Day Hours
Monday 8 a.m.-10 p.m.
Tuesday 8 a.m.-10 p.m.
Wednesday 8 a.m.-10 p.m.
Thursday 8 a.m.-10 p.m.
Friday 8 a.m.-8 p.m.
Saturday 8 a.m.-2 p.m.
Sunday Closed

The Danbury ACE, located in Room D-201.
Call us at: 203.437.9699

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Can't make it to the ACE?

ACE YouTube Channel: Online Tutorials and More! Check out the helpful tutorial videos on the ACE YouTube channel





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ACE Quick Facts

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Our pass rate is 77% Students who visit the ACE on a regular basis earn a full letter grade higher than students who do not visit the ACE.

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The ACE sees 22,000 student visits in a given semester.

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What we offer

What Does the ACE Offer?

The Academic Center for Excellence (ACE) is dedicated to helping Naugatuck Valley Community College students achieve their goal of academic success. The ACE is your free on-campus resource providing a number of services to help you, including:

  • Math Lab 
  • Writing Center 
  • ESL tutoring 
  • computers 
  • drop-in homework help 
  • make-up testing location 
  • tip sheets on college survival skills 
  • study area 
  • meeting space 
  • academic skills workshops 
  • e-Tutoring 
  • Modified supplemental instruction classrooms (M-SI space)
  • ask tutors questions
  • the ACE does not offer one-on-one appointment-based tutoring

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FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

As soon as possible! Don't wait until the day (or day before) a paper is due or your test is held to get the help you need. You may find the content more difficult than you thought or that there aren't tutors available at the time you need.

Bring a copy of the assignment or problem(s), your book, any work you have done, and some good questions for the tutor.

Nothing! The ACE is free to all full-time and part-time credit students.

You don't need an appointment to meet with a tutor, just stop by the ACE or on the Waterbury Campus call 203-575-8073 to meet with a tutor. For the Danbury Campus ACE call 203.437.9699

You may receive help on a drop-in basis at any time during posted hours. See the subject-specific tutoring page for more information on our Writing Center and Math Lab. 

mSI is the lab portion of the following developmental English and Math courses: 

  • ENG096T
  • ENG096
  • MAT094T 
  • MAT094 
  • MAT136

Similar to science labs, students earn a grade for their participation and work completed in the computer platforms used in these mSI lab sessions. For more information on mSI, please download the mSI fact sheet

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