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About Us

The Learning Center staff is friendly and knowledgeable, and we offer students strategies and resources to succeed at Carolina.

Location & Hours


The Learning Center
Suite 0118 & 2109 SASB North
450 Ridge Road
Chapel Hill, NC 27599
SASB North (Suites 0118 & 2109)
Monday-Friday 9am-5pm
Drop In Tutoring at Dey Hall
Tuesday & Wednesday 6-8pm
Tutoring by Appointment
Sunday-Friday

Our Services include:

Use our Test Prep Resources

Use our Test Prep Resources

We will help you prepare for the GRE, GMAT, MCAT, LSAT, DAT and PCAT
Learn More About Test Prep

Find a Tutor

Find a Tutor

Let one of our peer tutors review or help you learn a concept from class
Learn More About Tutoring

Join a Study Group

Join a Study Group

Join other students for one of our popular Study Camps, Coaching Groups or Bio 101 Cells
Learn More About Study Groups

Work with an Academic Coach

Work with an Academic Coach

Improve academic skills, learn how to manage time more effectively, create better overall life balance
Learn More About Academic Coaching

Improve your Reading

Improve your Reading

Learn techniques to increase both reading speed and comprehension, either through one of our Speed Reading short courses or by working with an academic coach
Learn More About Improving Your Reading

Get Help with ADHD or a Learning Disability

Get Help with ADHD or a Learning Disability

An ADHD/LD specialist can help you study and work strategically, learn more about ADHD/LD, help you get evaluated for the first time
Learn More About ADHD/LD

Frequently Asked Questions

Who uses the Learning Center?

Students visit the Learning Center when they want to improve their academic skills and/or their grades, get better at managing time, have questions about learning disabilities or ADHD, want to understand their strengths and weakness, and more. While most of the students who use The Learning Center are undergraduates, Graduate and Professional School Students also visit us regularly.

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What Our Students Say

I learned that progress, not perfection, is what change is all about. This is the most confident I have felt about my ability to succeed since I’ve been at Carolina.