The Learning Commons provides tutoring services to students in one convenient location on the first floor of the Ottenheimer Library. Within the space, students can receive tutoring from the Communication Skills Center, Math Assistance Center, University Writing Center, World Languages Center, and Trojan Tutoring (for core courses not served by one of the other centers). Read a news article about the collaborative space.
The space also features rooms for small work groups, hang-out areas, desks, and computer workstations. For more information about the Learning Commons, please call 501-916-3966 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Please see each Center’s information for details on operating hours and how to schedule an appointment.
Communication Skills Center
The Communication Skills Center helps students in the various stages of preparing a presentation. Services include but are not limited to: public speaking, anxiety management, topic and content brainstorming, research, content organization, PowerPoint/Prezi design, providing rehearsal feedback, and facilitating mock interviews.
Services will be offered during Summer 2 (May 23-June 27):
- Tuesdays: 9am to 2pm, Learning Commons
- Thursdays: 6pm to 9pm, virtually
University Writing Center
The University Writing Center offers writing assistance to students at any level and at any stage of the writing process. Students can write in the UWC, receive productive feedback, and use tools and resources in a community environment.
**The University Writing Center and Online Writing Lab will close for the Spring Semester on May 2 at 2:00 pm. Services resume for the fall semester.
Trojan Tutoring is provided for General Education/Core Curriculum subjects and courses (generally 1000/2000 level courses) that are not already provided by existing tutoring services or centers.
**Trojan Tutoring will be closed on May 2nd and will open in August 2022 at the beginning of the fall semester.
1000 level Physics and Chemistry
Introduction to Visual Arts
Psychology and the Human Experience
History of Civilization I or II
US History to 1877 or since 1877
American National Government
1000 level Biology Course
Earth and the Environment
Please see our additional tutoring resources for support with art history.