Student Learning Center

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Student and tutorThe Student Learning Center (SLC) provides free tutoring to all EAC students. The SLC provides a place to study, a computer lab, and tutoring. All for FREE. We encourage all EAC students, whether entering directly from high school, transferring from another institution, or returning to college after a period of absence, to sharpen their writing, math, and study skills, and to learn new computer skills to meet the challenges of college-level work. The Student Learning Center provides:

  • Computer lab with 10 computers with Internet and the EAC Library data base for research

  • Study rooms for individual or group study

  • Drop in tutoring (walk in at any time for help)

  • Appointment tutoring for certain specialty classes

  • Math lectures on video in the computer lab for all
    sections of MAT 055, 077, 120, 154

  • Open 60+ hours per week to meet your schedule

  • Staff of 20+ tutors specializing in math, physics,
    chemistry, science, computers, Spanish and
    others as needed

  • English tutoring offered during evening hours

  • Group tutoring

  • One-on-one tutoring

  • Kitchen area for students to take a break with a 
    refrigerator, microwave, and toaster

  • Mentoring from your peers

 

Frequently Asked Questions

Who can receive services?

All full- or part-time students can receive services for FREE.

How much does it cost?

All services and tutoring are totally FREE.

How often can I use services?

As often as you want. There is no limit to how many times or how often you can use our services.

What subjects do you tutor?

FREE tutoring is offered in Math, English, A&P, Astronomy, Biology, Chemistry, Computers, and other subjects on request.

What if I need tutoring in a subject where tutoring is not normally offered?

Contact the SLC Facilitator, Cindi Reyes to see what options are available at: cindi.reyes@eac.edu

 

Helpful Links

  • Khan Academy

    Students can make use of an extensive video library, practice exercises, and assessments. Khan Academy is a complete custom self-paced learning tool, a dynamic system for getting help. You'll be able to set up a custom profile and earn points and badges to measure your progress.

  • HelpAlgebra.com

    This incredibly helpful site offers an online algebra help text, a forum for asking and answering questions, and a tool that lets you enter problems and receive step-by-step answers.

 

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