Learning Skills Center
Beverly Askegaard, Director
The Learning Skills Center is designed to enhance the academic skills of successful students as well as to provide developmental assistance using both group and individual formats.
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Students can schedule individual appointments with the director to discuss learning needs.
Trained tutors are available Sunday through Thursday from 6 to 8 p.m. in Carpenter 209 for help in Math 155, 159, 171, 211, and 212.
If a course is not available on the Tutoring List, students can arrange for tutoring in a particular course by contacting the director.
Peer mentors can confidentially help you:
- manage your time
- learn effective study skills
- adjust to college life
Call the director to learn more about peer mentoring or to request a peer mentor.
Mary Baldwin is committed to providing appropriate support for students with disabilities. If you have a disability, the director is available to answer questions you may have concerning your learning needs and to help negotiate accommodations.