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The Learning Commons is your link to free academic support! Our Writing Coaches offer one-on-one appointments to guide you through writing at any stage and in any discipline. Online writing appointments are available through paper drop-off or live chat on Zoom. Our Tutors can help you navigate new material and challenges, as well as help you develop study skills for a range of subjects. Online tutoring appointments are available for one-on-one and group sessions through Zoom. We also offer online Academic Success Workshops led by experts in the Regis community on a range of academic topics.

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Our coaches can help both graduate and undergraduate students write in any subject. Work one-on-one with a writing coach in either a 60-minute or 30-minute appointment. Coaches are available in person on the Northwest Denver Campus or online via paper drop-off or live chat. 
Work with us to:

| Understand your assignment
Brainstorm
Organize your argument
Integrate your sources (quoting, paraphrasing and summarizing)
Learn revision and proofing strategies
Gain new perspective

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Our 
tutoring services are free for all students and incorporate a wide variety of subjects. Schedule an online or in-person tutoring appointment to improve your topic comprehension, preparation, analysis, test-taking skills and review. Whether you come for help on a specific assignment, prep for an exam, or review in specific subject-matter, we are here for you.

We offer tutoring in a range of subjects, including math, chemistry, biology, physics, nursing, pharmacy, computer science, business, neuroscience, psychology, humanities, languages, communications, critical reading and study skills. We constantly strive to expand tutoring support.

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Accomplishing everything you hope for academically is more than understanding the subject matter. Time management, testing skills, learning strategies, adhering to style guides—all these and more will serve you well in your Regis courses. Join us for free in-person or online workshops throughout the year.

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We’ve partnered with Smarthinking to offer you another free online tutoring option to use when TLC’s in-house tutoring is unavailable. Smarthinking provides writing, business, nursing, computer programming, math, sciences, and Spanish support by highly qualified and trained tutors. Regis students receive 10 free Smarthinking hours per year and access to its “Study Aids” anytime. To maximize tutoring hours, try TLC first.

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Student Guides

Information on research, writing processes and citation styles.

Academic tips and resources for successful studying.

Tutoring resources for a wide range of different subjects.

FAQs

Any Regis University student, faculty, staff, and alumni can work with The Learning Commons.

Appointments are required to take advantage of The Learning Commons' services. Appointments can be made online. If you cannot make your appointment, please cancel it at least 1 hour in advance through the online scheduler. If you are absent from three appointments without notifying The Learning Center, your account may be automatically disabled.

Please bring everything you can think of that will help you and your tutor/writing coach make the most of your session. This includes, and is not limited to, your assignment, rubric, syllabus, textbook(s), research literature, writing tools, and, of course, your undivided attention and willing participation.

Because the Writing Center is not set up for walk-ins, students may not drop off their papers and return later to pick them up. Instead, please make an appointment to receive feedback in person or online. 

 

The Writing Center can help with every stage of writing. If you feel stuck during the process, we will work with you to overcome those writer’s blocks by asking you guiding questions, exploring your ideas, and helping you pen those thoughts down.

We have tutors with experience in foundational and intermediate level classes. Check tutor bios on our appointment scheduler to find a tutor who fits your needs. If you cannot find what you are looking for, do not hesitate to contact us.

While tutors can help with basics and more, it can be challenging for them to answer specific questions without preparation. To make sure you get the most out of your tutoring session, preparation beforehand is key. Have specific questions about assigned texts/problems, awareness of in-class instruction, and bringing necessary tools (books, notes, formulas, calculators, assignments, rubrics, etc.) is helpful for tutors in making sure your sessions are productive.

Use the appointment form to better equip your tutor for your session. Tutors do not have ready-made answers to quizzes, tests and exams.

 

Location, Contact Info and Hours

The Learning Commons

Location: Clarke Hall 241


Hours:
Monday - Thursday
9:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Friday
9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.


Contact:
tlc@regis.edu

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