- Tips for Using the LRC
- Tutoring (individual and group)
In addition to Math, Reading, and Writing, tutoring is offered in a variety of subjects, at no cost to students. They may work one-on-one with trained, knowledgeable tutors, or in groups with other students studying the same topics. For more information about tutoring appointments, contact the Learning Resource Center at 909-389-3312.
- Tutor Referrals
The staff of the Learning Resource Center (LRC) ask that you consider offering names of students who have excelled in your courses this semester. We are always looking for top-quality tutors in all subjects, and we know that instructors have the keenest sense of their students’ academic promise. Sending faculty recommendations of potential tutors to the Learning Resource Center is an invaluable process. It’s an example of true interdependence, creating a “win-win-win” situation for all involved:
- Instructors are assured that students receive assistance relevant to their courses because the instructors become instrumental in creating the pool of tutors.
- Students get paid for their expertise, acquire work experience (with references), and a work schedule designed around their classes
- The LRC gets capable students who have already proven their ability in previous courses.
How you can help:
Send us names of students (no need for ID numbers) who have successfully completed your course with a grade of A or B.
Consider students who you think have shown a desire to help others.
Discuss potential tutor recommendations with colleagues in your department if you need to get a better sense of your students.