The Evelyn Hoffman Donovan Learning Center

We provide drop-in tutoring, quiet group study space, the Math and Writing Labs, a small computer lab, and the offices of the CCV Resource Coordinator and Academic Coordinator for English Language Learners.

Contact our Learning Center Coordinator, Dave Amsden, with questions via email or by calling 802-654-0563. Dave is available to meet with any student to create an individualized plan for how the Learning Center can support their success at CCV.

Fall 2014 Learning Center Schedule

Math Labs 211B

CCV Math Faculty provide drop-in support for CCV Mathematics courses. Students can stop by any time during a Math Lab and ask for support with Math coursework. See the schedule for available times.

Writing Labs 211D

CCV writing faculty will provide individualized support with the mechanics, organization, and style of written assignments and research papers for all CCV courses. Stop by or call 802-654-0711 to make a 30 minute appointment.

Resource Coordinator 211D

Lisa Jensen is available to support students with transportation, housing, childcare, healthcare, and financial management. Lisa is in the Learning Center on Wednesdays from 11 am – 3 pm. Contact her via email or by calling 802-922-6297.

Coordinator for English Language Learners 211E

Tuipate F. Mubiay is available to support students who are learning English while studying at CCV. He also supports Faculty who teach English language learners. Tuipate is in the Learning Center on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. Contact Tuipate via email or by calling 802-654-0548.

eTutoring

This resource provides online support for Math, Writing, Accounting, Statistics, and Life Sciences. From the eTutoring website, choose Community College of Vermont from the drop down menu. Log in using your CCV username and the password: etutoring.

 

 

 

 

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