The end of the semester is almost here! What a long winter, but you made it. Still have papers to write by a specific deadline? Have questions about how to put together a PowerPoint presentation? Need extra help in math?
All the resources you need are here on campus. The Learning Center is located in the Academic Building on the second floor (Room 207). We can assist you with making an appointment with the right tutor at a time that works for you. Walk-in anytime to make an appointment. You can also call the front desk at 617-541-5324, or book your own appointment online at htpps://rcc.mywconline.net. You will need to register for a free account in order to use the online booking. What a great resource! Tutoring and study strategies are available in all subjects. Submitting a paper online for review by an available tutor is also an option when you register for an online account. You will get feedback after two business days.
The Math Clinic is also on the second floor in Room 206. You can drop-in between the hours of 9am-9pm Monday through Thursday or 9am-4pm on Fridays and there is even a math tutor available on Saturdays from 9am-4pm! Tutors are available to answer your questions and assist with understanding the math concepts that are presented in your course.
The Language Lab is on the second floor as well in Room 205. Students who are studying a language such as Spanish, French or Arabic can come in and use the associated programs and resources that are on the workstations for those courses. Tutors are available for Spanish and French, so stop by to find out who is available to assist with tutoring. If English is your second language, you may want to come in and use software to practice pronunciation or review grammar when a class is not in session. ESOL tutors are also available by appointment.
The Writing Center is in Room 203 on the second floor. You may sign up to meet with a writing tutor for either 30 minutes or for 60 minutes. Sign up through The Learning Center, or online at htpps://rcc.mywconline.net, or stop by and someone can assist you with making an appointment. Learn how to create an outline to organize your ideas, develop your paper with more thoughts or research, or learn how to cite your sources correctly so as to avoid plagiarism. Don’t delay, we know those papers have deadlines! You can also use the workstations in the Writing Center to sit and write your papers. Make sure you bring a flash drive to save your work!
Even if you just need help in formatting a paper in Word or how to put together a PowerPoint presentation, stop by and make an appointment. Someone will be happy to assist you!
Questions? Contact Joyce Atkinson, Coordinator of Learning Resources firstname.lastname@example.org or Francine Rubin, Director of Academic Support email@example.com
— Submitted by Joyce Atkinson, Coordinator of Learning Resources. Joyce’s office is located in 3-205A, inside the Language Lab. Joyce oversees the Writing Center, the Language Lab and the Math Clinic.