Center for Learning and Student Support
Get personalized help through a community of peers and subject experts. The Center for Learning and Student Support provides a variety of resources and services to assist you on your path toward graduation.
Ways we can help:
- Assistance with an assignment or paper
- Clarification or reinforcement of course material
- Supplemental instruction for challenging courses
- Access to online tutoring
- Provide additional information on a subject
- Develop academic skills and study techniques
- Support with obstacles outside of the classroom
The Center for Learning and Student Support, created under the CASA Title V grant, helps students actualize their academic potential. We provide academic services and socio-emotional support, with a focus on incoming first-year students and their scholastic growth through graduation.
Associate Director of Academic Support
Supports the socio-emotional concerns that may hinder a student's academic progress. Here our Associate Director works with our campus and community-based resources to aid in the removal of housing, food, and book insecurities.
Academic Support Coaches
Our Academic Support Coaches work with students in a one-on-one or small group environment to provide additional academic assistance using strategies necessary to reach their educational goals. Academic Support Coaches evaluate students' academic progress in counsel with faculty to create individualized academic plans in support of their studies.
The Center for Learning and Student Support mission has an eye toward identifying and responding to the strengths and needs of our University's dynamic community. Our skilled academic support staff, tutors, and writing consultants aim to empower, promote and maximize the potential of each student. As part of a Hispanic serving institution (HSI), the Center for Learning and Student Support supports the historically underserved, first-generation and multilingual students. We welcome students at all stages of their academic journey, whether starting, continuing, or returning to college, strengthening their subject, writing, and critical thinking skills in a safe, welcoming, and collaborative environment.