Services for Spring 2022

The Learning Center is open for student use during spring term! Visit us to work with a tutor in the Open Lab, use our computers and printers, or find a quiet study place. We are open Monday to Friday from 7:45 AM - 7:00 PM. 

The Learning Center's remote tutoring services are still available for students. For more information about remote tutoring services, please read below. 

Tutoring Services

The Learning Center provides tutoring for both Academic English program students and students enrolled in Pathway Undergraduate and Graduate programs. Please note that Learning Center tutors support students by helping them identify and use strategies and tools to improve on their own. This is not an editing service. 

Open Lab Tutoring

The Open Lab is a drop-in tutoring service, which means you don't need an appointment! Meet with a tutor in-person to help you improve your assignments and projects from your language classes. To prepare for tutoring, please bring any materials you may need such as a textbook, grading rubric, or your instructor's feedback. The Open Lab is open Monday - Friday from 8:00 AM - 7:00 PM in ILLC 140, right across from the coffee shop. 

Online Appointment Tutoring 

The Learning Center also offers tutoring appointments through Zoom! Meet one-on-one with a tutor for support with your language assignments or skills. Online appointments are available 11:00 AM - 7:00 PM,  Monday through Friday. Appointments are 45 minutes long and students can make up to three appointments per week. For information on how to join your tutoring appointment, please visit the Learning Center Canvas page.

Click here to book a tutoring appointment!


Math Tutoring

We are offering a math drop-in tutoring corner during the Spring 2022 term, just stop by during the times below:

(TBD for Spring)

Computer Science

We are offering a Computer Science drop-in tutoring corner during the Spring 2022 term, just stop by during the times below:

(TBD for Spring)


What can you work on during a tutoring appointment?

  • Receive feedback on writing assignments like essays, summaries, and reading responses 
  • Practice a class presentation in front of a tutor 
  • Read out loud to a tutor to work on pronunciation and reading skills
  • Develop ideas and content for essays, presentations, and other assignments 
  • Have a conversation with a tutor to maintain your conversational skills while at home


How can you prepare for a tutoring appointment? 

  • Gather any materials you may need, including your assignment guidelines, textbook, and grading rubric 
  • Reference feedback from your instructor when making changes to your assignment
  • Think of the questions you want to ask the tutor: 
    • What do you need help with?
    • What do you want to accomplish during the appointment?
    • Are there any parts of your assignment you're concerned about?