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The West Windsor Learning Center

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The West Windsor Learning Center, located in LB214 on the West Windsor Campus, offers a comprehensive tutoring program to meet student needs across the disciplines. The tutors are knowledgeable, patient and experienced.

The following services are available free of charge:

How does the Learning Center work on the West Windsor campus? Basically, all you have to do is show up! You need no appointments, but make sure you know the operating hours.

All you need to bring with you are...

    ...your student ID.
    ...your willingness to work and learn.
    ...your relevant materials (your notes, your books, your homework, any recent quizzes or tests, pencils, notebook, etc.).

If you are seeking tutoring in special courses, make sure that you know when those tutors are available. See the tutor schedule online (PDF file) or on the bulletin board in LB214. You can also call 609-570-3422.

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West Windsor campus Learning Center:

Fall and Spring Semesters
Summer A & B Sessions
OPENS 10 a.m., Monday through Thursday and Saturday
CLOSES 5 p.m. Mon. / 7 p.m. Tue. / 8 p.m. Wed. / 5 p.m. Thur. / 2 p.m. Sat.

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Study Groups

Check the bulletin board in the West Windsor campus Learning Center (LB214) for information about study groups.

Interested in finding a study group for another course? Call 609-570-3422.

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Math & Science Tutoring

The Learning Center in LB214 on the West Windsor Campus offers tutoring in mathematics, biology, chemistry, physical science, physics, statistics, engineering, computer science, economics and more. The Center also sets up student study groups for specific courses.

For further information, see the Math & Science Tutoring webpage or call Arlene Stinson at 609-570-3422.

Science tutoring is also available at the Science Learning Center in MS211 (view schedule).

Math tutoring is also available at Math Online, where you can check out math study tips, mind-blowing math links, and other hot links.

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Writing, Reading, Study Skills

The Learning Center in LB214 on the West Windsor Campus offers tutoring in writing, reading, and study skills. Assistance is also available for the preparation of research papers and laboratory reports.

For further information, see the Writing & Reading Tutoring webpage or call Arlene Stinson at 609-570-3422.

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Learning and Study Strategies

Study Strategies Homepage -- Knowing how to study is like knowing how to fish. It's a set of learning skills that lasts a lifetime and brings many rewards. Just as there are ways to know that you are a competent fisherman, there are also ways to develop study skills competency.

Know How You Learn -- The Study Guides and Strategies website is an international, learner-centric, educational public service. Permission is granted to freely copy, adapt, and distribute individual Study Guides in print format in non-commercial educational settings that benefit learners.

The Online Learning Styles Site -- Students can identify their learning style through a Learning Style Survey, and learn how to study in a productive manner with learning strategies.

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