Are you struggling in your classes? Do you need someone to help you understand the materials? RBC offers free tutoring services for all full and part-time students.
Math and Writing Center tutoring is done by qualified students. Both students and faculty provide tutoring in the areas of Biology and Chemistry.
Science and Math Tutoring (Spring 2014)
Academic Support Sessions (Spring 2014)
Writing Center (Spring 2014)
You wouldn’t be the first student to fall behind in your courses. To move ahead, keep up, or catch up in courses, you can join a learning community. These study groups can be as small as two and as large as ten students. If you wish to form a learning community, you should:
- Ask 2-10 students who are taking the same courses to join you.
- Ask your professor for any extra information or materials that would be helpful in learning the coursework. Be sure you exchange email addresses with your professor, in case you have questions.
- Set a time and location for your learning community to meet. These meets can occur in a physical space, like the library, or through social media. For example, you can use Facebook as a discussion board!
If you have any questions, contact the Director of Counseling & Academic Support at (804) 862-6263 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
All professors are required to have open office hours, where you can come and ask questions. The hours are usually listed on your syllabus. Drop by and talk with your professor about any difficult assignments or to plan ahead for an exam or quiz.
Ask a Librarian
If you need help with your research, information on how to correctly cite sources for your paper, or if you’re struggling to find a topic for your paper, don’t hesitate to ask a librarian for help. You can call the library at (804) 862-6226, email at email@example.com, or fill out this.
Khan Academy provides free videos to help you understand what you’re already learning in class. They focus on math, science, and economics.