The Learning and Academic Resource Center (LARC) is located on the first floor of the University Library in the Jean and Charles Schulz Information Center.
LARC provides peer academic support through three programs: the Writing Center, the Tutorial Program, and the Supplemental Instruction Program.
The Writing Center helps students, faculty, and staff with developing their writing skills and producing documents. Writing Center staff also assist faculty with improving their writing for instruction, supports WIC (Writing Intensive Course) curriculum, and promotes writing across the curriculum.
The Tutorial Program offers free peer tutoring in over 50 courses each semester and provides weekly drop-in math tutoring. Students can easily schedule tutoring appointments online for both the Tutorial Program and the Writing Center by clicking the link above and registering for an account.
The Supplemental Instruction Program (SI) is a peer-led academic assistance program that helps students succeed in specific course sections. Study sessions are led by trained SI Leaders who have mastered the course content. Students can voluntarily attend these SI sessions to increase their understanding of topics and materials from the courses, and improve their grade!
PLEASE NOTE: All LARC Tutoring and Supplemental Instruction services are currently available online only. For Supplemental Instruction sessions and Math Learning Communities, students should check their Canvas course for details. Please also see our Spring 2021 Tutorial, SI & LC course support list linked here ► Spring 2021 Course Support
- Learn more about the LARC's remote services and how to schedule an online tutoring appointment:
Student Zoom Guide to Online LARC Services
- The LARC is here for your academic support - check out our services here: LARC Video Overview (Close-Captioning available). We also have a transcript of the video available: SSU LARC Welcome Transcript