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The Learning Assistance Lab is located on the college's main campus and is in the Campbell Learning Resources Center Building, room - C218 (campus map). The lab provides a variety of support services FREE of charge to currently enrolled Monroe County Community College credit students. For more information please call (734) 384-4167 or 1-877-Yes-MCCC, or click on a specific service listed below to explore what is available.

Hours:

Fall semester hours

Monday through Thursday, 8:00 am to 7:30 pm
Friday, 8:00 am to 3:00 pm
Saturday, 9:00 am to 1:00 pm
Sunday - closed

 

Tutoring Services

 

Tutoring assistance is available in nearly every MCCC subject area. Student tutors and Faculty Specialists work with students both individually and in small study groups. Appointments insure that tutoring time is reserved for you. Appointments may be made in the LAL or by telephone.

Supplemental Instruction Link

Group assistance is provided for certain identified courses by a trained student leader who attends class, leads informal study sessions, and helps prepare students for tests.

Disability Services Link

 

Disability Services provides support and individualized accommodations for students with disabilities.

First Steps Link

 

A program highlighting study skills is presented before fall and winter semesters. Topics include organizing for effective study, taking better classroom notes, study strategies, and proven learning tools. Click here for the latest First Steps flyer-pdf file.

Writing Center Link

 

Student Writing Fellows assist with all stages of the writing process from prewriting to revision and editing. The Writing Fellows are students who have demonstrated writing ability in 254 Advanced Composition. Many courses at MCCC are assigned a Writing Fellow; however, assistance on any writing project is also available by appointment in the LAL.   

Faculty Link

 

Informational brochures regarding specific disabilities and test accommodation procedures.

Step-by-step guidelines for managing classroom medical emergencies.

POPSS

 

Students in occupational programs may qualify for additional services. Select POPSS to review the guidelines for student eligibility.

Comments to jhylinski@monroeccc.edu Updated 9/2014