Who uses the Learning Center?
What programs or services do you offer?
Where are you located?
Can I talk to someone over the phone to get more information?
How do I make an appointment to see an academic coach?
How do I cancel or reschedule an appointment?
What happens if I forget to cancel an appointment?
How many appointments can I make each week?
What can I do if I’ve run out of weekly appointments but I still need help?
I don’t have an onyen; can I still register for a Learning Center class or event, or make an appointment with a staff member?
Do I need to be a UNC student to use your services?
I am a parent or an instructor of a UNC student. Can I schedule an appointment with Learning Center staff to discuss concerns about a student?
Can I bring a friend to my appointment?
Can I make a weekend appointment?
How do I make an appointment to see a tutor?
How does tutoring work?
Can I also hire a private tutor?
How do I become a tutor?
How much does tutoring cost?
How many tutoring appointments can I make each week?
What kind of help can an academic coach provide?
What is group coaching?
Will you let my professor know that I came to the Learning Center for help?
Will you let my parents know that I came for help?
Do academic coaches provide career counseling and course advising?
Can academic coaches help me add/drop a course?
How do I register for a Princeton Review test prep course?
What is the cost of Princeton Review Test Prep courses?
What is a Test Prep Study Group?
Who are the leaders for the test prep study groups?
Who can enroll in the Speed Reading and Study Skills Short Course?
How often is the course available?
How much improvement can I expect when I finish the Speed Reading Course?
Will I earn course credit?
Is there a fee to enroll in the Speed Reading Course?
Will I need to buy any materials?
What can I do to improve my reading skills if this course doesn’t fit my schedule?
A student’s poor test scores don’t match his performance in class. How can I help?
I wonder if one of my students may have a learning disability or ADHD, but she hasn’t said anything to me. What’s the best way to approach this topic with the student?
My child has a learning disability and/or ADHD. What kinds of services are available to him?