We're Here to Help!
We understand that the transition from face-to-face to an online learning environment can be a challenging one, but we at The Learning Center are here to support you through it. Here are a few suggestions to get you started on the road to success:
- Learn about some of the changes you can expect to result from the transition from in-person to online instruction on this page.
- Adapting to remote learning may require you to develop some new study strategies. Read our recommended strategies for remote learning. Additionally, check out our academic skills page to browse our resources, or meet with a staff member for personalized academic skills support.
- Our academic mentors will continue to hold sessions to provide course-specific support. For more information about mentoring hours or how to join sessions, visit our “Get Help with Courses” page. Online mentoring will commence the week of March 23rd.
- Contact us via phone at 314-935-2066 or email us at email@example.com M-F, 9-5 PM to ask about anything related to remote-learning technology, our mentoring programs, or academic skills support!
We support and enhance student’s academic transition as they develop skills/mindset to be independent learners inside and outside the classroom. Our academic programs facilitate and encourage critical and reflective thinking, collaborative learning, student agency and academic mindset.
Click here to browse through our programs.
Disability Resources has a new website
Disability Resources has moved to a new website at https://students.wustl.edu/disability-resources/.
ASK A STUDENT: Why Use Academic Mentoring?
“PLTL offers harder questions on lecture topics and helped me gain a deeper conceptual understanding of chemistry.”
Our office is open for business, Monday – Friday, from 9:00am-5:00pm. You can find us in our new location on the lower level of the Mallinckrodt Center. If you’re planning to visit, please try to schedule ahead with the staff member you’d like to meet.Staff Contact Information
Tips from Our Academic Mentors
What are some tried-and-true ways you can set yourself up for academic success? Ask the experts—our student mentors!
First of all: Use your calendar diligently: schedule EVERYTHING including classes, resources, work, exams, papers, meals, friends/family time, sleep and also FUN!More tips for your success