Visit the Learning Commons, a collaborative learning space on the first floor of the John T. Richardson Library for help from peer tutors on a variety of subjects including math, science, language learning, writing skills, resume tweaking, and more!
The Science and Math Learning Center provides chemistry tutoring and Supplemental Instruction holds review sessions for historically difficult classes. Tutors from the Language Learning Center are available to habla, parle, or speak with you a in a number of languages: Arabic, Chinese, French, Italian, Japanese, Greek (Ancient), Russian, and Spanish. For all your writing needs, meet with the tutors from the University Center for Writing-based Learning.
If you like company while you study, come to a Study Jam sponsored by the Office of Multicultural Student Success (OMSS). Study Jams are collaborative study sessions designed to create a sense of community among academically-focused students of color, first generation students, participants in cultural student organizations, and participants involved in OMSS programs. Study Jams also feature tutors in math and writing.
If you’re preparing for the TAP (Test of Academic Proficiency) or to get a job (instead of or in addition to studying for midterms), the Learning Commons offers services for that, too. The College of Education’s Academic Success Center holds monthly TAP Boot Camps and the Career Center provides weekly Resume Drive Thrus.
Best of all, services in the Learning Commons are free and no appointment is needed! See the full schedule and stop by soon!