CCV has 12 Learning Centers, one at each of its Academic Center locations across the state. Visit your nearest CCV location page for hours, subjects, and available tutors. As a CCV student, you may use a Learning Center at any CCV Academic Center.
Learning Center staff focus on promoting independent learning and are available to help students with a variety of subjects and skills including:
- Writing: develop your skills in all facets of writing, from grammar and punctuation to paragraphing, organization, and development.
- Math: instruction on math skills learned in CCV courses – from Basic Mathematics through Applied Mathematical Concepts, with additional assistance in quantitative reasoning skills, e.g. reading graphs and charts, making estimates.
- Computers: gain competence using software such as word processing, spreadsheets, Powerpoint, file management, etc.
- CCV’s Portal Navigation: activate your account and learn to navigate CCV’s portal to access college information, resources and services.
- Online Learning: learn the Moodle features used in both online and in-person classes.
- Library Skills: learn basic library skills to access books, full-text articles, and online reference resources at Hartness Library.
- Research Techniques and proper citation: learn appropriate use of resources in academic research and writing; receive guidance in MLA and APA documentation.
- Academic Skills: develop learning strategies that work for you and overcome barriers to success.
- Referrals: learn to identify and contact professionals such as CCV librarians and other experts to assist with specific needs.
- Strategic Classroom Support: learn to use and access additional learning resources such as eTutoring and online resources.
*Assistance in additional subject areas may also be available. Check with your local Learning Center for more information.