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Science Learning Center (SLC)

Recent News

Congratulations to Barb Oliver

Barb Oliver is now Department Manager of the SLC

Welcome to two new SLC staff members

Santiago Bukovsky-Reyes and Emily Pendleton join the SLC team

The Science Learning Center (SLC) is sponsored by the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts (LSA) to support teaching and learning in the natural sciences. We have two centers, each providing computer labs, meeting alcoves, study space and a loan desk for reserve and study materials.

Now Accepting Applications

We are now accepting applications for study group facilitator and peer tutor positions for fall term. Due to numbers of returning facilitators and tutors, we are not interviewing for spring and summer terms. Click on the above links for more information and applications for each program.

Apply to be a Math Tutor

The Science Learning Center is hiring undergraduate drop-in Math tutors for the Spring and Summer 2019. We are looking for enthusiastic students with effective communication and interpersonal skills, who are confident in tutoring ALL of the following Math courses: Math 105, 115, 116, 215, and 216. Click here to apply!

Winter 2019 Study Groups

Online registration for Winter 2019 SLC Study Groups has begun and will continue throughout the term. 

Click HERE for more information and links to the registration site.

Winter 2019 Drop-In Tutoring for Science Courses

Drop-In Peer Tutoring for science courses has begun and will continue through the last day of classes. Click HERE for more information. 

Thinking in Blue

If you're a Chem 210 student in Winter 2019, you should visit the SLC and check out the new Thinking in Blue slideshow. Professor Brian Coppola has created slideshows that will run weekly on the SLC's digital display. Each slideshow is built on the question "What should I be able to do now?" Changing every 15 seconds, the 60 slides will challenge students to think about the how and why rather than simply produce an answer, leading to deeper, long term learning.



Be a Victor

We strive to support our students and faculty on the frontlines of learning and research; to steward our planet, our community, our campus. To do this, SLC needs you—because the world needs Victors.

SLC Hours

Regular Fall and Winter Hours 

Main Center • 1720 Chemistry

Monday-Thursday    9 AM - 10 PM

Friday                    9 AM - 6 PM

Saturday                12 PM - 6 PM

Sunday                   12 PM - 10 PM

Satellite Location • 2165 USB

Monday-Thursday    9 AM - 10 PM

Friday                    9 AM -4 PM

Saturday                CLOSED

Sunday                   12 PM - 10 PM





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