Writing Resource CTR

Fall & Spring Semester

Writing Tutoring

Monday - Thursday:
0900 - 1600, 1900 - 2200
Friday: 0900-1400

Learning Resource CTR

Fall & Spring Semester

Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics, Business, & Other Tutoring

1900 - 2200

Algebra & Trigonometry Tutoring

Monday: 0900-1600; 1900-2200
Tuesday: 0930-1130; 1230-1600; 1900-2200
Wednesday: 0900-1500; 1900-2200
Thursday: 1200-1600; 1900-2200

Assessment & Advising CTR

Fall & Spring Semesters

General Advising Services

Monday: 1100-1600
Tuesday: 1100-1600
Wednesday: 0800-1300
Thursday: 0800-1300

(Location: ABS 311)

Specialized Tutoring

Automatic Radar Plotting Aids (ARPA) Tutoring
Monday: 1800-2100
(ARPA Lab)
Electronic Chart Display & Information System (ECDIS) Tutoring
Tuesday: 1800-2100

Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Tutoring
Monday: 1600-1800
(GIS Lab)
Wednesday: 1600-1800

Human Health and Risk Tutoring:
Tuesday 1600-1800
(ABS IC 118)


Academic Resource Center

Our Mission

The mission of the Academic Resource Center is to improve student success by providing academic resources and support services to the campus community, addressing individual and institutional needs through collaborative, student-centered programming designed to foster academic and personal achievement.

The Academic Resource Center is committed to your success. At no cost to students, we provide critical resources to assist and guide you as you make progress in your academic program and as you prepare to enter the workforce.

For information on working as an ARC tutor, click here: Working at the ARC.

Our Programs

Located on the third floor of the American Bureau of Shipping Information Commons, the Academic Resource Center operates three academic support units that provide tutoring and other forms of academic assistance to students throughout the academic year. Students are strongly encouraged to utilize the services and resources available.

The Writing Resource Center (WRC) provides assistance and feedback for all types of written and verbal communication you will encounter during your degree program. Utilize WRC resources when you need to work on writing or communication skills and need a trained reader or observer to critique your work.

The Learning Resource Center (LRC) provides assistance with courses in science, technology, engineering, mathematics, marine transportation, business, and other disciplines.  LRC programs also include the the Peer-Assisted Learning Program (PAL), the Algebra and Trigonometry Program, and the Specialized Tutoring Program.program, and specialized laboratory tutoring. Utilize LRC resources when you need a trained tutor to help you learn or reinforce skills for a specific course.

The Assessment and Advising Center (AAC) provides testing, college skills, and advising services to assist students as they make progress toward a degree. Utilize AAC resources for testing and advising. Two advisors are on staff during daytime hours to assist you with degree checks and general advising questions. These advisors provide supplement advising, and their services do not substitute for required consultations with your assigned faculty advisor.



Third Floor, ABS Information Commons