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Learning Center Moves During Summer 2018 for Library Seismic Retrofit

The Learning Center services will be moving in August 2018 to the Campus Events Field (CEF) during the Library Seismic Retrofit Project. All regular tutoring will still be available in the new temporary spaces, which we expect to occupy for the 2018-19 academic year.  Once the retrofit is complete, the Learning Center will return to the Library first floor. 

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Summer Services

The Learning Center will have limited tutoring available by appointment for the month of June.  We are closed the month of July and no tutoring will be available.

 Services

  • General Tutoring Lab – Free appointment-based tutoring for a variety of subjects. General tutors can also help with exam prep, time management, basic software skills, and strategies for test taking, note-taking, and more. Students can meet individually or in groups.
  • Engineering Drop-In Tutoring - Drop-in tutoring for a variety of engineering courses
  • Math Tutoring Lab – Drop-in tutoring for math and statistics courses.
  • Science Tutoring Lab- Drop-in tutoring for science courses.
  • Supplemental Instruction – Class-based support for gateway science and math courses.
  • Writing Studio – The Writing Studio offers peer assistance with writing assignments for any course.
  • Workshops – Workshops on academic skills.
All of our services are free-of-charge to HSU students. 

Contact Us

Call 707-826-5217 or email tutorial@humboldt.edu.

Office Hours

Monday - Friday: 9 am - 5 pm

Some tutoring services are available during evening hours or on weekends; check each tutoring webpage for schedules. We are closed during all campus holidays and may have reduced hours during campus breaks.

Location

The Learning Center's Tutoring Services are currently located on the 1st floor of the Library.

In Fall of 2018, the Learning Center's Tutoring Services will be temporarily located at the Campus Events Field due to the Library's Seismic Retrofit Project.

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