The Learning Center is located in Rosenkrans East and provides university-wide academic support services.
The Tutorial Program, Disability Services, Undeclared Advising, and At-Risk Advising are all housed in the Learning Center.
The Learning Center sponsors drop-in tutoring labs, workshops, and success-centered videos for students.
Students who need tutorial assistance in most subject areas can find it in The Learning Center located in Rosenkrans East Hall.
The Learning Center offers "Drop-In" Tutoring Labs that require no advance appointment in the following areas:
These Labs, which are advertised widely across campus, occur during the academic year at weekly set times.
In addition, special Supplemental Instruction sessions may be held in select subject areas as: Psychology, Mathematics, and Chemistry.
The Learning Center, in collaboration with Student Affairs, offers workshops called "BALANCE" programs on informational topics such as, note taking, test taking skills, motivation, choosing a major, drinking responsibly, using credit wisely, coping with loss, as well as individual assistance to students who need to develop successful study techniques.
Both faculty and administrators have high regard for the value of on-going, structured tutoring to the academic success of students.
ESU envisionedanational organization concerned with tutoring and initiated the development of the National Tutoring Association (NTA) in 1993, now an organization of over 300 members from 30 states and 3 countries.
For further information regarding the University-Wide Tutorial Program, visit Dr. David Rheinheimer in room 25 Rosenkrans East or call the number listed to the right.