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Content Tutoring  

There are a variety of tutoring formats available through the Learning Center. Click the tabs to learn more, or call us at 717-477-1420, or stop by our reception desk in the Ezra Lehman Library.
Last Updated: Jan 28, 2015 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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What to Bring to a Tutoring Session

You can arrive prepared for your scheduled tutoring appointment by bringing any materials that might help make the session productive. Materials might include relevant textbooks, lecture notes, assignments, your syllabus, highlighters and pens. Be sure to show up on time so that you get the benefit of a full hour of tutoring.


Who Are Our Tutors?

Tutors at the Learning Center include both undergraduate and graduate students who maintain a minimum 3.0 cumulative grade point average. Our tutors work toward College Reading and Learning Association (CRLA) certification and are highly trained and capable of helping students achieve their learning goals.


Tutoring Overview

The Learning Center offers content tutoring in small groups of up to three individuals for most general education courses, as well as many upper-level courses. All of the Learning Center’s student tutors are trained and dedicated to helping students achieve their learning goals. In a content tutoring session you can expect to:

·         Review and share information collaboratively in an open environment
·         Learn new study methods and strategies
·         Improve your understanding by listening to different perspectives


Make An Appointment!

To make a tutoring appointment or to speak with the Learning Center staff, call 717-477-1420. You can also visit us at our reception desk in the Ezra Lehman Library.


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