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This guide covers library policies, an interactive map of the library to help you find what you're looking, FAQs and more!

Academic Resource Center

Do you need assistance with:
  • study skills
  • time-management
  • test taking
  • organization
  • Academic problem-solving

If you're like most college students, you probably need help with most the areas above, at least once in a while! The Academic Resource Center, or ARC, is here for you. With one-to-one assistance in the areas above, and course/subject specific tutoring available, you can gain the skills you need to succeed!

Whether you just don't know what you don't know, or are confident in your abilities, but would like someone with a critical-eye to look over your work before you turn it in, you can find help in the Tutor Center.

The ARC is your destination for 
  • Disability Support Services
  • Writing help
  • Tutoring
  • Academic Coaching
  • Disability Support Services

The ARC is located at the south end of Link library.

Writing Center

Tutoring

Both Subject-Area tutors and Writing tutors are available to assist students with academic concerns.

Tutoring is face-to-face. Please bring all relevant assignment materials, including hard copies of papers and assignments you'd like to discuss.

The Writing Center is staffed by upper-level peer tutors. The Writing Center is on the south end of the main floor of link library in room L 146.

Check the schedule for specific tutor's hours, but the Writing Center is open from 7 pm - 10 pm Sunday - Thurs.

Frequently Asked Questions

Answer: To make an appointment to meet with Bethany please contact her at Bethany.Landrey@cune.edu. To make an appointment with Angel please contact her at Angel.Hoppe@cune.edu or stop by her office located in Link 142. To make an appointment with Matt please contact him at Matthew.Myers@cune.edu.
Answer: Bethany helps students with documented disabilities navigate through the process of putting an accommodation plan in place, (or if you suspect you have a disability she can help you explore options). She can also help any student gain student skills. Angel helps students talk out problems regarding understanding college expectations, trying to get better routines going, organization and more. She can’t do homework for you, but can make that overwhelmed feeling more manageable.
Answer: We do not have tutors for every class offered at Concordia, but please contact Matt Myers to see if we have a tutor who can assist you.
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