The Learning Resource Center

Tutoring

Attention!

For updated program info, please see our News and Events page.

The Learning Resource Center (LRC) is certified through the College Reading and Learning Association (CRLA), an international tutoring organization. The LRC's CRLA certification process sets an internationally accepted standard of tutor training for the purpose of providing tutors with skills, recognition, and positive reinforcement for successful work. The LRC tutoring services are free to all Cal Poly Pomona undergraduate and graduate students. Appointment, online, and drop-in tutoring are available beginning Week 2 of the semester through Finals Week.

Subject Tutoring provides one-on-one and small group tutoring on an appointment, online, and drop-in basis for courses in math, science, engineering, business, social sciences, liberal arts, etc. (courses other than reading and writing). See below for the term's comprehensive list of available courses.

Writing Center offers one-on-one and small group tutoring on essays, the GWT, application letters, memos, reports, research papers, and other assignments. The Writing Center offers these services on an appointment and drop-in basis.

Academic Skills offers one-on-one tutoring on academic skills (time management, study tips, etc.) and the development of learning strategies. For more information on the services provided, please click on the Academic Skills link.

Appointment Scheduling/Drop-in Tutoring

Currently enrolled students are invited to call, email, or visit the LRC to schedule an appointment. Additionally, from the CPP Connect platform, students are able to view drop-in availability, schedule an appointment, cancel appointments, and track activity within the LRC. Please refer to the Policies and Procedures page for further information and note that scheduling and canceling appointments requires at least 12-hours notice. For additional information on viewing drop-in and appointment availability, refer to the LRC's How to Make an Appointment video or CPP Connect Instructions: Viewing Your College Advising Center's Drop-in or Appointment Availability

Online Tutoring

The LRC offers synchronous (live) online tutoring through Zoom. See Zoom Instructions to get started in LRC's online tutoring service. Please email lrcscheduling@cpp.edu for further assistance.

The LRC offers asynchronous online tutoring for writing assignments. Students can access LRC Online Tutoring through Blackboard:

  • Click on LRC Online Tutoring under My Organizations.
  • Read the online tutoring submission directions for writing (PDF) before submitting your first assignment.
  • Access handouts and useful links from the FAQ section in the LRC Online Tutoring Blackboard organization. 

LRC Happy Hour, Speak Easy, and Workshops

The LRC Happy Hour is a drop-in opportunity for students, along with their classmates and students from other sections, to work with each other to study, review concepts, and complete homework. A tutor is available to answer questions and provide guidance. 

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LRC Speak Easy is a drop-in opportunity for students to practice a new language they are learning or to improve upon their English-speaking skills. Students become empowered to speak with confidence and perform better in their courses.

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The LRC offers workshops in historically difficult courses. Please click on the link below for this semester's offerings.

Workshop Schedule 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The LRC offers workshops in historically difficult courses. Please click on the link below to access the schedule for this term.

Workshop Schedule

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Available Courses for Subject Tutoring (rev. 7/13/21)

Biology
  • BIO 1110
  • BIO 1150
  • BIO 2060
  • BIO 2350
  • BIO 4460

Accounting

  • ACC 2070
  • ACC 2080

Business

  • BUS 1010

Computer Information Systems

Finance, Real Estate, and Law

  • FRL 2013

International Business and Marketing

Management and Human Resources

  • MHR 3210

Technology and Operations Management


 

  • CHM 1010
  • CHM 1210
  • CHM 1210L
  • CHM 1220
  • CHM 1220L
  • CHM 2010
  • CHM 2010L
  • CHM 2210
  • CHM 2210L
  • CHM 3140
  • CHM 3150

  • CS 1260
  • CS 1300
  • CS 1400
  • CS 2400
  • CS 2640
  • CS 3010
  • CS 3110
  • CS 3310
  • CS 3650

Aerospace Engineering

  • ARO 2041
  • ARO 2150

Chemical  and Materials Engineering

  • CHE 1311
  • CHE 1411L
  • CHE 2011
  • CHE 2021
  • CHE 2301
  • CHE 2301L

Civil Engineering

  • CE 2041
  • CE 2051

Electrical and Computer Engineering

  • ECE 1101
  • ECE 2101
  • ECE 2300
  • ECE 3101
  • ECE 3200
  • ECE 3709
  • ECE 3715

Electronic Systems Engineering Technology

Electromechanical Systems Engineering Technology

  • ETM 2101

Industrial Engineering

Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering

Materials Engineering

  • MTE 2070 (equivalent to ME 3150)

Mechanical Engineering

  • ME 2141
  • ME 2150
  • ME 2191
  • ME 3011
  • ME 3111
  • ME 3121
  • ME 3150
  • ME 3190
  • ME 3401
  • ME 3501L
  • ME 4150
  • ME 4271
  • ME 4391

Spanish

  • SPN 1111

  • KIN 2700
  • KIN 3010

Mathematics
  • MAT 1050-1052
  • MAT 1060
  • MAT 1070
  • MAT 1140-1150
  • MAT 1150H
  • MAT 1200
  • MAT 1250
  • MAT 1300
  • MAT 1310
  • MAT 2140
  • MAT 2240
  • MAT 2250

Statistics

  • STA 1200-1202
  • STA 1300
  • STA 2260

  • PHY 1210
  • PHY 1210L
  • PHY 1220
  • PHY 1220L
  • PHY 1510
  • PHY 1510H
  • PHY 1510L
  • PHY 1520
  • PHY 1520L
  • PHY 2530
  • PHY 3210

Communication

  • COM 1100

Economics

  • EC 2201

History

  • HST 2202

Philosophy

Psychology

  • PSY 2201
  • PSY 2204
  • PSY 3307
  • PSY 3326
  • PSY 4150
  • PSY 4401
  • PSY 4402
  • PSY 4490

Sociology