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Welcome to the Learning Assistance Center!

Announcements         

  • Tutoring (appointments) ends Friday, May 6 (week of May 9-13, tutoring is by appointment only, based on availability)
  • The LAC is now recruiting for Fall 2016 SI Leaders, Tutors, and ESL Specialists - more info here

How Can The Learning Assistance Center Help Me?

Whether you are struggling to get a “C” or making sure you keep an “A,” the Learning Assistance Center has four programs that can help.

We can help you...

The Mission of the Learning Assistance Center

The Learning Assistance Center (LAC) at California State University, Long Beach provides our diverse student population with the tools needed for academic success. Empowering students to cultivate the skills, strategies, and behaviors of confident, independent, and lifelong learners, the LAC contributes to the university’s focus on student-driven learning, and increased retention and graduation rates.

Spring 2016 Hours of Operation*

Where is the LAC?

Contact the LAC

Monday — Thursday,

9 am - 7 pm**

**Beginning week 3

Horn Center,

Room 104

(562) 985-5350
Friday, 9 am - 12 pm

*Service hours are subject to change during summer sessions, holidays,and other periods when classes are not in session.

Fall 2016

We are currently recruiting Fall 2016 Tutors, ESL Specialists, and Supplemental Instruction Leaders.

Find out more about employment at the LAC

director                Director's Message:  I would like to welcome entering CSULB students to the Learning Assistance Center (LAC)! Established in 1972, the LAC has an illustrious history as the first campus-wide learning assistance support system in higher education. We are made up of four programs: Language and Writing (ESL) Tutoring, Learning Skills, Supplemental Instruction, and Tutorial Services (which is nationally certified by the College Reading and Learning Association). The staff of the Learning Assistance Center is here to help you achieve academic progress, and meet your academic and professional goals. Stop in for more information about the services the Learning Assistance Center provides.                                                                               We look forward to meeting you!                                                                                 Sincerely,                                                 Aimee Arreygue, EdD                         Director, Learning Assistance Center                                                                

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