Locations and Hours
Find addresses and operating hours for our four Learning Centers.
Get to know the Learning Centers and the many ways we support student success.
Explore our hours, physical center locations, and the many ways to connect with our staff and services.
Our writing tutors will be available for online appointments or asynchronous feedback from Reading Days through the end of final exams (May 2-May 10).
In-person writing tutoring appointments now available at the Learning Centers.
The Learning Centers now offer in-person tutoring for several music courses.
The Learning Centers at Rutgers University are among the best in the country, recognized for their state-of-the-art facilities and leading-edge research in areas including instructional strategies, learner-centered spaces, and peer leader development and success.
The Learning Centers (LCs) provide centralized academic support services to develop students’ skills, strategies, and behaviors that lead to academic persistence and lasting success. Through in-class services such as the Learning Assistant Program and academic presentations, and co-curricular services including peer-led tutoring, academic coaching, study groups, workshops, and study spaces, we meet a variety of student needs.
Our programs serve a diverse population of students through cocurricular and in-class support, formal instruction, and professional development. Capitalizing on the success of peer-led practices, we craft student-centered services that instill leadership and strengthen the professional growth of our student employees. Our active learning spaces create a community of learners by stimulating collaboration among peers, faculty, and staff.
Professional staff members mentor student employees, offer instruction in pedagogy and academic skills, and provide administrative infrastructure. To inform decision-making and develop new initiatives, we continually assess our programs and collaborate with university partners as well as participate in national and local academic support communities and contribute to educational research.
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