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**In the Spring of 2013, the Annex was closed for demolition, so the labs have moved to new locations on campus. The Tutorial Center has been relocated to Building A, room 214 and the Math L-Series to Building E, room 219. Outside view of the former Academic Learning Center Annex
The Academic Learning Center Labs provide remedial and developmental instruction for academically under-prepared students; they also offer supplemental and stimulating instruction for students interested in developing and improving particular reading, writing, English, language, mathematics, study skills, and computer skills.
The former (Annex) Tutorial Center

Tutorial Services offers free English workshops, Math and Chemistry Academy Lifeline Tutoring, Supplemental Instruction (SI), study groups, and peer tutoring for a variety of academic courses. The Center recruits, hires, and trains supplemental instruction leaders, group tutors and drop-in tutors, as well as coordinates SI and tutorial services to students, individually or in small groups. Students interested in teaching careers are strongly encourged to apply for tutorial positions.


The former (Annex) Directed Learning Activities (DLA) Lab
Choose from the Academic Learning Center links on the left to read more about general information, course descriptions, requirements for credit, software and videotapes, links to other resources, and a staff directory for each of the Labs and the Tutorial Center. Informative tours may be arranged through the Academic Learning Center, 755-6815. Tutorial Group

The Academic Learning Center provides a friendly, comfortable, open, and intellectually stimulating approach to developmental, supplemental, tutorial, and multi-disciplinary instruction. The environment is individualized, self-paced, and rich in multicultural, multimedia, and computer-assisted instruction.