In addition to providing information about a variety of credit and noncredit educational and training opportunities available to residents of their communities, learning centers provide access to the technology distance learners need to complete their assignments and communicate with their instructors. Learning center coordinators have experience helping distance students conquer their challenges. If they don’t know the answer to your questions, they have the resources to find it for you.

Why should you visit your local learning center?

  • To learn about educational opportunities available in your community.
  • To gain access to computers, e-mail, the Internet, library services, videoconference equipment, and fax machines for course-related communications.
  • To locate information about developmental study skills.
  • To locate a tutor.
  • To perform research via online libraries.
  • To seek information about careers and financial aid.

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