The Learning Centers promote active and collaborative learning and offer a variety of academic services and resources for new students. From placement testing to one-on-one tutoring to job opportunities and study groups where you can connect with your classmates, we have the tools to help you achieve success in your undergraduate journey and beyond.
Find course-specific tutoring, get help with writing, work with an academic coach to develop new skills, or join a study group of your peers. It's all here at the Learning Centers.
Explore our library of research-based and tested resources to help you develop independent learning skills.
The Learning Centers present a variety of workshops and educational events to help you achieve success.
Testing and Placement
Placement testing for first-year students helps us identify your individual skills and preparedness in math, English, and world language, so you can begin studying at the right level to succeed.
Tips and Tools for Learning
Procrastination is a phenomenon that impacts most of us in one way or another. What do we do when we know we should get started with something, yet keep putting it off? The reasons behind our procrastinating behaviors often go beyond surface level. The iceberg metaphor shows how our emotions and beliefs can complicate our attempts at productivity:
Winter break is here, and you finally get some time off from your hard work at Rutgers University.
We’d like to provide you with a few ways to stay productive during your winter break, so that when you come back, you can start the spring semester off strong.