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Welcome to the Learning

Assistance Center!


  • Learning Skills will begin taking appointments August 22nd
  • Tutoring begins September 5th
  • ESL Language Writing Tutoring begins September 5th
  • Take a look at SI

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

Welcome back to the Beach!

Come visit us at the LAC and we will help get your semester off to a smooth start. Go Beach!

GPE Dates



Sept 17, 2016

Nov 19, 2016

Register here


Student Success Collaborative
Student Success Collaborative
See your tutoring appointments

Special ESL Specialist Student Staff Member of the Month

Meet our student staff member of the month –Aliyah Shaikh

      Aliyah Shaikh is a language and writing tutor here at the LAC. She majors in International Studies with a minor in Middle Eastern Studies.  Aliyah received the U.S. State Department’s Critical Language Scholarship to study Arabic in Madaba, Jordan last summer.  She is the president of the Interfaith project on campus and serves as vice president for the Muslim Student Association.  Aliyah enjoys working with international students as a tutor in the language program. “I am always amazed at their dedication and strength to be improving their English, and I always feel like I learn more from them than they do from me.”


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