Tutoring will end for Mid-Semester Break on Tuesday, October 7th at 10:00 p.m. Drop-in
hours will resume on Monday, October 13th at 1:00 p.m.
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.
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.
In association with a sponsoring professor, SI tutors review class material and help
students acquire the study skills necessary to succeed in traditionally difficult
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