The Learning Support Center, located on the 4th floor of the Ronald Williams Library, provides academic support for General Education courses, Math Development courses, and assistance with writing assignments for all disciplines. Reading and learning strategies are also supported.

Individualized academic support, coaching and tutoring for students.

Tutors are selected based on their academic success and knowledge of their discipline. They are juniors, seniors, graduate students, or professionals with majors in the field in which they tutor. All tutors receive ongoing training to ensure that successful tutoring techniques are employed and students are given an opportunity to be more academically engaged.

General education tutors work one-on-one with students, and they also schedule group review sessions prior to exams. To ensure that the tutor you need is free to meet with you, we encourage students to make appointments by calling 773-442-4568.

Click here to view our current tutor schedules.

Math tutors see students on a walk-in basis. Please visit early in the semester, and at least three days before exams. For more information, contact Michael Martindale at (773) 442-5769 or e-mail

Writing tutors work with students individually for 50 minutes; students may see a tutor up to twice a week. Appointments are required. To make an appointment with a writing tutor, call 773-442-4568.

Make an appointment to see the reading and learning specialist by calling 773-442-4568.

The Coordinating Specialist will serve as an academic coach and assist students in improving their study skills. Appointments are required and can be made by calling 773-442-4599 or emailing

Comprehensive services exist to assist students who want to improve their overall performance in college.

We also offer workshops throughout the semester that are designed to develop the knowledge, skills, and behavior for success in specific courses and college in general.

Mission Statement

The Learning Support Center provides peer-based tutoring to undergraduate students completing General Education courses, Math Development courses, and assistance with writing assignments for all disciplines. Promoting students to become active participants in the learning process and assisting them in understanding the skills, strategies and techniques needed to achieve academic success is the primary emphasis. Through collaboration with the other academic support offices, students are provided with informed cooperative assistance. The Learning Support Center affords students the opportunity to interact with faculty, staff and tutors in a supportive environment as they become active and independent learners.