Though it’s cold outside, it’s warm in the Learning Commons, where peer tutors are available to help you with a variety of academic subjects this winter quarter.
Whether you’re studying atomic structure, kinetics, or organic reactions, The Science and Math Learning Center and Supplemental Instruction can help out with tutoring and review sessions for Chemistry 130, 132, and 230.
Supplemental Instruction supports other historically difficult classes, too, like Economics 106, Math 130, and Biology 192.
Estás estudiando Español? Spanish tutors from the Language Learning Center can help with that. Tutors in Arabic, Chinese, French, Italian, Japanese, Greek (Ancient), and Russian languages are also available.
Math and writing tutors are on hand during Study Jams, 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 the Office of Multicultural Student Success programs.
At other times, writing tutors from the University Center for Writing-based Learning can be found in the Learning Commons, to help you at any stage of the writing process.
And if you’re writing a resume, peer career advisors from the Career Center can help you perfect it.
Once a month, the College of Education’s Academic Success Center holds monthly TAP Boot Camps to help students brush up on math, reading and language arts for the Test of Academic Proficiency.
Come in from the cold and get cozy in the Learning Commons. See our full schedule of services and stop by any time – no appointment needed!