Resources for Students

The Learning Center offers academic coaching, tutoring for math, sciences, and world languages, college success courses, and academic success presentations for groups of any size. Here are a few resources for you to use and share!

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Remote Learning Resources

Whether you're new to the online learning environment or in need of additional support, check out the links below to help you get up and running!

Academic Coaching Resources

For help with study strategies such as organizing your time, reading more effectively, how to approach a test, and more, meet with an academic coach!

Goal Setting

General Studying

Test-taking

Math & Science Resources

Visit our tutoring page for a current list of the math and sciences we support and to set up a tutoring appointment!

Biology, Chemistry

Math, Statistics, Trigonometry

Calculator Help

World Languages Resources

Visit our tutoring page for a current list of the languages we have available and to set up a tutoring appointment!

Language Help

Additional Resources

https://www.purdueglobal.edu/blog/student-life/time-management-busy-college-students/ Purdue University offers ideas for "Time Management Tips for the Busy College Student."

http://learningcommons.ubc.ca/student-toolkits-2/ The Learning Commons at the University of British Columbia offers short videos in several areas, including taking notes, working in groups, and communicating with faculty. 

http://www.ccsf.edu/Services/LAC/TeachingLearning/strat.html The City College of San Francisco offers a long list of websites to help you with learning strategies.

http://howtostudy.org/ Find ways to tackle specific subjects as well as improve study skills at this site.

https://www.khanacademy.org/ This not-for-profit offers several videos to help you with topics in math, sciences, economics, finance, and humanities. 

http://owl.english.purdue.edu/ Need help with APA style? Sentence structure? Visit the PSU Writing Center but also check out this site.

http://tutorial.math.lamar.edu/ This site from Lamar University in Texas offers downloadable PDFs for help with algebra, trigonomety, and calculus.

http://www.excelfunctions.net/  Try this free site for Excel help from beginner to pro.