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Special Event Series!: We are collaborating with MESA & the Library to bring you FIVE nights of study help! 5-10 pm, May 9-12 and May 15! Snacks, comfy couches, and free drop-in tutoring!
Congratulations Graduates!: The LARC wants to congratulate all the 2022 graduates! You made it! We wish you all the best in your next steps.

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.

We are hosting a special FIVE night event with MESA and the University Library! Papers, Problems, & PJs will run from 5:00pm-10:00pm May 9th-12th, and on May 15th. You can view the schedule to see what is being offered through WC Online (see instructions below). If you don't already have a WC Online account, you can also see what is being offered, and when, by viewing the MESA spreadsheet for more details. Please note that tutoring at this event series is on a drop-in basis ONLY with the exception of ENGL 99T and Computer Science.

Want to book a tutoring appointment now? Login to your Student Portal and then click on the LARC-WC Online tile! You can also call us or come by our front desk to ask about same-day tutoring.

 

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 40 courses each semester, providing support for a number of math, science, business, economics, and other courses.

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!

Looking to see what we offer? Check out our Spring 2022 Course Support List! SI/LC courses and sessions are listed on the second tab, and Computer Science Embedded Lab Tutoring is on the third tab. Please note that this list is still being updated and should be complete soon.