Resources for Advisors and Faculty

Below are some short descriptions of LSC offerings that are written directly to students. Please feel free to cut and paste the information below into your own communications with students. If you are looking for the 11×17 poster of LSC offerings, you can download it here.

Find Study Partners and Groups

For instructors: If you are an instructor, you can share the message below with your class. It is important to remind students of your expectations regarding group work and academic integrity.

Study partners can help you learn! Studying with peers is a great way to connect with other students and is a powerful tool for learning challenging material in this course. Cornell’s Learning Strategies Center (LSC) can help match you with study partners. To find out more about study groups and partners and to sign-up, visit the LSC’s Studying Together webpage

A PowerPoint slide for sharing this information in class is available here:

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LSC Supplemental Courses

The Learning Strategies Center (LSC) offers supplemental courses to support students in CHEM 2080, CHEM 3580, ECON 1110 and 1120, MATH 1106, 1110, 1120, and 2210, BIOMG 1350, BIOG 1440, and PHYS 1112 and 2213. Learn more about participating or enrolling in supplemental courses here

LSC Tutoring

The Learning Strategies Center (LSC) provides FREE  tutoring to ALL  Cornell undergraduate students in: BIOMG 1350, BIOG 1440, BIOMG 2800, CHEM 1570, CHEM 2080, CHEM 3580, ECON 1110, ECON 1120, MATH 1106, MATH 1110, MATH 1120, MATH 2210, PHYS 1112, PHYS 2207, PHYS 2213, PHYS 2214, introductory statistics courses, introductory finance and accounting courses, and some introductory language courses in American Sign Language, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Mandarin, Russian, and Spanish.  A full list of courses and instructions on how to access tutoring are on the LSC tutoring schedule webpage.

Resources for Learning Online

To learn effectively online you will need to make an effort to stay engaged with your coursework, with your peers, and with your instructors. To be successful, you cannot expect to just watch videos and take some tests! You will need to participate actively in your courses – the Learning Strategies Center (LSC) has developed resources to help you as you learn remotely this semester and to help you manage your time.

LSC Motivation Station

Sometimes just being in the presence of your peers doing work can motivate you to get moving on your own work. If you are looking for a virtual study space, the LSC has Motivation Stations where you can work independently alongside other students in Zoom (cameras on, mics off). The Motivation Station is staffed by LSC tutors. If you’d like, the tutors are available to help you set goals (via chat or a breakout room) for your time in the Motivation Station, or just come and do your work–it’s up to you!

Self-Enroll Canvas Modules to Start the Semester Strong

Canvas Study Skills Modules to Start the Semester Strong: The Learning Strategies Center (LSC) has Canvas modules on “Gearing up for Academic Success”, “Managing Space and Time”, “Taking Effective Notes”, and “Preparing for and Taking Exams”. Each of the modules contains useful tips and information that will help you in your courses this fall and beyond. To self-enroll in the Canvas site, click here or cut and paste this link: