fredonia.edu : TLC

The Learning Center


The Learning Center
Carnahan-Jackson Center
Reed Library Fourth Floor
SUNY Fredonia
Fredonia, NY 14063
Ph: 716-673-3550
Fax: 716-673-3801

Contact Us

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Click here to download tutoring schedule (Microsoft Word)

Click here to download tutoring schedule (PDF)

 

Tools for Learning

Your Connection

Course info link

Catalog link

 ANGEL link

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Tutoring Confidentiality

In order to maintain the voluntary nature of the Learning Center and peer tutoring, CTS tutors are not allowed to share whether or not a student has received tutoring through the Learning Center. Students may choose to share their tutoring experiences with others, but tutors cannot be given permission by a student to confirm that information or to sign anything as proof of receiving tutoring from the Learning Center. No one, including faculty, staff and family, may require a CTS tutor to sign anything as proof that a student has received tutoring. Feel free to contact the Learning Center Director with any questions about this or other Learning Center policies. The full mission statement is available on the CTS main page.

News

Tutoring will end for Thanksgiving Break on 11/20/14 @ 9:00 p.m.  
Drop-in hours will resume on Monday, 12/1/14 @ 1:00 p.m.  

 

You Can Learn Anything!  

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Click here for the FALL 2014 Tutoring Schedule! 

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Whether you are looking for the extra assistance you need to pass a class, or you want help boosting your 'A-' to an 'A', the Learning Center is for YOU. We offer confidential, free tutoring in virtually all subjects offered at Fredonia. Just stop in the Learning Center (conveniently located on the fourth floor of Reed Library) any time during our drop-in hours. 

Full Opportunity Program:
Students in FOP are admitted to Fredonia based on their potential and in consideration of special talents or strong recommendations from high school administrators or teachers. FOP students are typically involved in a wide variety of extracurricular activities including athletics, dance and music.

Disability Support Services for Students:
The goal of DSS is to insure that no one is excluded from participating in any of the activities, courses, programs, or benefits of the college because of a disability.

3-1-3: 
A time-shortened combination of high school and college course of study which can lead to a B. A. or B. S. degree in three years after high school graduation.  Click here for a recap of the February 3-1-3 information meeting.

Supplemental Instruction:
In association with a sponsoring professor, SI tutors review class material and help students acquire the study skills necessary to succeed in traditionally difficult academic courses.

Guided Study Session:
An alternative configuration to drop-in tutoring, a CTS tutor leads group study sessions for students enrolled in a preselected course. Enter the GSS main page to see which courses offer a GSS.

English Language Support Services:
Students for whom English is a second language are eligible for academic support services through the Learning Center.

Supporting Experienced Students:
Information of particular interest to transfer, international, nontraditional, re-entry and military students.  Also  informative articles and links for faculty and staff


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