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Hours for Fall 2016
Monday: 8am – 8:45pm
Tuesday: 8am – 8:45pm
Wednesday: 8am – 8:45pm
Thursday: 8am – 8:45pm
Friday: 8am – 4:45pm
Location: Johnson Commons Learning Center, IRC 241
Phone: (732) 548-6000 x3222
The Learning Center is a state-of-the-art facility that provides online supplemental instruction and personal tutoring in developmental mathematics, reading, and English. The Learning Center is located adjacent to the library in the Instructional Resource Center 241.
The mission of the Learning Center is to provide academic support to students and encourage students to become efficient, confident, and independent learners. It assists students in evaluating their academic strengths and weaknesses and helps them develop the requisite skills needed to achieve their academic, career, and personal goals.
When classes are in session, tutoring for students in RDG 009 and 011, ENG 009, 010, 121, and 122, and all mathematics developmental education courses is available in the Johnson Commons Learning Center (located in IR 241) on a drop-in basis; no appointment is necessary.
Tutoring for all courses not listed here is provided by the Tutoring Center, located in JLC 240. For more information about the Tutoring Center, including the Center’s hours of operation, click here. For more information about the Learning Center’s Writing Center, please click here.
|Math||Reading & English|
|Monday:||9am – 5pm||Monday:||9am – 7pm|
|Tuesday:||None||Tuesday:||9am – 7pm|
|Wednesday:||9am – 5pm||Wednesday:||9am – 7pm|
|Thursday:||10am – 2pm||Thursday:||9am – 7pm|
|Friday:||None||Friday:||9am – 5pm|
Please note: The hours listed above are subject to change. Last updated: 6/2/16.
For more information, please call x3222 or e-mail Learning_Center@middlesexcc.edu
It is a state-of-the-art facility at MCC whose mission is to help students develop the skills needed to achieve their academic, career and personal goals. The Learning Center was created to provide academic support to students in developmental classes (reading, English and math) in a central location. Click the video below to learn more.
There are many reasons why students should come to the Learning Center, including getting extra help in developmental courses, which can lead to better grades. Students who have been out of school for a period of time may find that they can come to the Learning Center to refresh their skills. The Learning Center staff is helpful and tries to go the extra mile to help students succeed. Click the video below to hear testimonials from current students.