Taipei 101: Taipei, Taiwan

View of the Hsinyi District of Taipei from the Taipei 101 building.

Study in Taiwan

Language Tutoring

The Language Center is happy to provide free language tutoring to students enrolled in language classes on campus. Tutoring, conversation practice, and other language related support is available for ASL, Chinese, Filipino, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean and Spanish.

Individual & Group Learning

The Center strives to be a welcoming space to practice listening and speaking your new language. You can practice with classmates, other students studying your target language, native speakers, or our language tutors. While the Center is not able to provide quite study areas we do have many areas available for small group discussion and collaborative learning. Your campus group is also welcome to reserve one of our lab spaces for meetings or activities.

Collaborative Classroom Space

The Language Center has several spaces designed for collaborative teaching and learning. Room 305 is a computer lab and discussion space containing 24 student computing stations. Room 306 is a flexible space partitioned by a sliding wall providing workspaces accommodating 20-44 students. The small group discussion area in Room 306C can be reserved for group discussion, oral practice, or as an open interview space.

Study Abroad

Use the language skills you have worked so hard to obtain--travel abroad! Ask us about destinations and opportunities for travel and study abroad. We can help you connect with other CSU and campus resources.

All students are welcome to use the Language Center anytime, however priority will be given to students enrolled in foreign language courses.

Center Hours

Monday-Thursday 9:00am-5:00pm
Friday 9:00am-noon
Saturday & Sunday closed

Foreign Language Tutoring

The Language Center is happy to provide free language tutoring. Meet some of our language tutors:

Hello everyone! My name is Pinying Chiang. I am getting my M.A. degree in Asian Studies with emphasis in Teaching Chinese as Second Language. Nice to meet you all. Feel free to ask me any Chinese questions.

Tegan White-Nesbitt was born and raised in Fairbanks, Alaska where she graduated from UAF with a BA in Linguistics and a minor in Vocal Performance. She is currently earning her MA at CSULB in German at the RGRLL Department.

Jeff Winters began studying Mandarin Chinese over thirty years ago and has been teaching the language and culture for the last twenty years. Professor Winters loves to travel abroad particularly in East Asia. He has lived, studied and worked in China, Taiwan and Hong Kong. He is passionate about all things Chinese and eager to exchange learning strategies and experiences.

Tutoring, conversation practice, and other language related support is available for ASL, Chinese, Filipino, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean and Spanish.

Tutoring Schedule

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Aug 14 - Aug 18
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Monday

Aug 14, 2017
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Tuesday

Aug 15, 2017
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Wednesday

Aug 16, 2017
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Thursday

Aug 17, 2017
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Friday

Aug 18, 2017
  • No tutors scheduled for today.

This is the info about who and how to make reservations.

Reservation Schedule

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Thursday

Aug 17, 2017
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Weekly Reservations

Reservations for the week of Aug 14 - Aug 18.
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305
306A
306B
306C
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305
306A
306B
306C
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305
306A
306B
306C
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305
306A
306B
306C
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305
306A
306B
306C
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306B
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305
306A
306B
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