Bldg 304, Russell Breezeway Room
Support when you need it
The Learning Center provides academic and writing support services across the curriculum. Free tutors are available for students enrolled in Charleston Southern University courses. Trained and certified learning consultants help you learn better while improving grades. Our tutors specialize in helping with what to learn along with how to learn.
To request a tutor, call 843-863-7091 to make an appointment. If you are interested in becoming a tutor, contact the Learning Center for details. Please call 843-863-7091 or click the button below.
Due to COVID, all tutoring appointments scheduled between 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. will be virtual appointments only. Face-to-face tutoring is offered in the Learning Center between 5 – 10 p.m.
Monday: 8 a.m. – 9 p.m.
Tuesday: 8 a.m. – 9 p.m.
Wednesday: 8 a.m. – 9 p.m., except 11 a.m. – noon
Thursday: 8 a.m. – 9 p.m.
Friday: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Closed for university-observed holidays.
Meet the Tutors
- Christian studies
- Computer Science
Pinterest.com (search nursing mnemonics)
Youtube.com (search RN videos)
- Political Science
- Developing a Daily Schedule
- Mind Tools: Stress Management, Memory Techniques and Avoiding Procrastination
- Ask Dr. Math
- Educational-portal.com: Online video and text lessons
- Khanacademy.org: Virtual Lessons on many topics
- Patrickjmt.com: Math tutorial videos
- Notetakinghelp.com: Note Taking techniques
- Quizlet.com: Study games, flashcards, test practice
- Freerice.com: Vocabulary
Rachel (Beth) Banks
“Therefore encourage one another and build each other up as you are already doing.” — I Thessalonians 5:11
“If I were to begin college again, I would start studying and doing assignments much earlier. By waiting until the last minute, I put myself under a lot of unnecessary stress.”
“I love working in The Learning Center because it gives me the opportunity to share Christ’s love and put myself aside for others.”
“The best thing I ever heard in The Learning Center is how we coach by coming alongside learners and taking them where they need to go.”
“I enjoy having the opportunity to help students work through the materials of their classes and making it simpler and more understandable for them.”
Mostly enjoys tutoring math.
“My advice about learning is to never procrastinate and never give up. Keep trying until YOU get it done!”
“The best thing I ever heard in The Learning Center was ‘That makes so much sense now!”
“If I were to begin college again, I would start with the intent of learning, not just of passing a class. Even though the subject doesn’t seem relevant now, learning is something to practice, and with practice there’s nothing you can’t learn.”
Audentes fortuna iuvat. Fortune favors the bold. – Latin proverb
“If I were able to begin college again, I would focus on learning and understanding the material instead of worrying about grades.”
“The best comment I overheard in The Learning Center is ‘Everyone working here is always so nice and helpful.'”