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The Learning Resource Center (LRC) is more than a computer lab - it's a place for students to receive assistance with their academic learning needs. The LRC provides a variety of resources to assist both faculty and students.
The LRC provides one-on-one tutoring for several basic skills areas such as math,
English/reading, and science. You can schedule an appointment with a tutor
using our online sign-up system, or stop by to see if there is a
"walk-in" tutor available.
The LRC provides accommodations
for students who have disabilities or special needs (such as adaptive testing,
special equipment, note takers, etc.). Students should meet with a college
counselor to get more information and request assistance.
Additional resources include:
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