Extra hours and services for finals
The Learning Center has expanded our hours and services to help you prepare for finals. See all of our finals week services on this PDF, or visit these pages for more information:
- Associated Students is sponsoring free tutoring for many subjects at the University Center South Lounge; see the flier for more information.
- See the Finals Week hours for the The Math Tutoring Lab
- The Writing Center will be open Monday, May 11 and Tuesday, May 12 from 9:00 to 5:00.
- We've added more tutors in the Sciences for finals week in the Learning Lab; stop by Library room 055 or call 707-826-4266 to make an appointment.
Welcome to Humboldt State University's Learning Center. The Learning Center offers a comprehensive program of services to support the academic needs of Humboldt students. These services are for every type of student: from first year to graduate student, from students struggling to stay in school to students trying for straight A's, and from local Humboldt County students to international students.
At the Learning Center, students can get help with difficult courses, study skills, standardized test preparation, reading, math, and writing skills. You can study with a tutor, meet individually with a lab assistant to help keep you on track, and use interactive software programs that strengthen academic and learning skills.
Mon: 9:00 - 5:00
Tue: 9:00 - 5:00
Wed: 9:00 - 5:00
Thu: 9:00 - 5:00
Fri: 9:00 - 5:00
We are closed during all campus holidays and may have reduced hours during breaks.
The Learning Center is located in the Library basement, room 055.
Mission StatementThe Learning Center is committed to fostering academic growth for HSU's diverse student body by providing positive, collaborative, and inclusive learning environments. Our mission is to improve student academic performance and help students progress to degree through skill development, tutoring, structured collaborative learning, and advising. We strive to provide equitable access by delivering our services in a variety of ways, including individualized and small group learning, direct peer and professional staff support, and a wealth of academic resources.
The Learning Center will become the university's centralized hub that facilitates innovative, creative, and expert learning for both students and our staff. This is achieved through providing collaborative learning opportunities and skill development that allow students and staff to effectively and critically participate in the global-intellectual community.