The Learning Strategies Center is the central academic support unit at Cornell University that provides undergraduate students with tutoring, supplemental courses, and facilitated study groups for Biology, Chemistry, Economics, Mathematics and Physics. Assistance in improving general study skills is available through semester long courses, workshops, individual consultations, and web site resources.
Please visit the LSC at 420 CCC or call 255-6310.
Monday - Thursday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Friday until 4:00 p.m.
What are students saying about the LSC?
Find out how to manage your time, read effectively, prepare for exams, reduce stress, reduce procrastination, read rapidly, make good use of office hours, and much more. Maximize your potential. Improve your study skills today!
Find out the best ways to study biology, chemistry, physics, economics and mathematics. Get the information you need to get the most out of your studies. Click on the subject below to download a study guide.
During the academic year we offer courses that are taught in conjunction with the large, introductory level courses in biology, chemistry, mathematics, and physics. These courses meet weekly to clarify lecture material, provide tips for effectively learning the material, and prepare for exams.
Tutoring assistance is available for many courses offered at the University in biology, chemistry, economics, physics, mathematics, and statistics. Free walk-in tutoring is offered by LSC faculty and peer tutors. Detailed schedules are available from the Tutoring Program Web Page, at the Learning Strategies Center office in 420 CCC, and at college advising offices. Advice for students seeking tutoring as well as tutors can be found on the Tutoring Program Web Page.
Assistance with study skills is available through FREE workshops.
For information, contact Michael Chen, email@example.com.
Study Skills Course: HE1115 Critical Reading and Thinking
The goal of HE1115 is to help students succeed in their studies. We work in a practical, hands-on way on time management, learning styles, reading, notetaking, test preparation and other study skills. A reading lab is available for students who want to focus on increasing reading speed and comprehension.
Study Skills Consultation
Private consultations are available by appointment, and so are workshops for particular groups. For additional information, contact Michael Chen, firstname.lastname@example.org
Students who would like to improve the efficacy of their reading can contact Helen Ann Yunis, email@example.com, to make an appointment in the LSC reading lab.
Students seeking personalized help with writing can contact the Writing Workshop in 174 Rockefeller Hall, 255-6349.