The Learning Center
**Fall 2021 appointments will return to in person**
**Tutoring is cancelled for September 1**
Who We Are ● Services ● How to Schedule ● Zoom ●
The Learning Center is the university's primary academic resource center and is free to all Ship students. Our goal at the Learning Center is to help students develop skills and strategies that will enable them to become independent, active learners.
We provide a variety of tutoring services. We can help you study for an exam, learn better study skills, or improve your writing skills. Our tutors are well-trained and know how to help you succeed. Whether you feel you need extra help or just want to extend your learning in a social environment, the Learning Center can help. Would you like to meet our staff?
- Course-based peer tutoring: for most general education courses and many upper-level courses
- Peer writing tutoring: for support with writing across all disciplines, at any stage of the writing process
- Learning Specialists: support with study tools and strategies that transfer across courses
- Academic Improvement Program (AIM): additional support for students on academic probation
- Charting Your Success (CYS): additional support for students facing academic dismissal.
Please note that graduate-level writing support is a separate service. Please visit the Graduate Writing webpage for more information.
To schedule an in person appointment, visit the Student Success Collaborative (SSC), and follow these instructions. Once you confirm your appointment, check your Ship email account for a confirmation email. The confirmation email will ask you to meet your tutor in person if able. If unable, please join using the embedded Zoom link.
If you do not find a tutor for your specific course, please contact Zack Grabosky, Tutor Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have trouble scheduling, please call 717-477-1420 or email email@example.com.
In an effort to serve all students, we ask that you please do not schedule back-to-back appointments for the same service. We encourage distributed learning, which involves study sessions of relatively short duration (1-hour or less) over a period of time.
All scheduled appointments are in person by default. However, if you are not able to attend in person, you have the option to join using the link embedded in your appointment confirmation. To use Zoom, you will need internet access and a computer equipped with a camera and microphone. For instructions on how to use Zoom, please click here.
If you do not have the proper equipment for Zoom, please visit the technology resources page. Please be sure to have the appropriate technology by the time of your appointment.
We would love to hear from you!