Reading & Student Success

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Open to all students

Reasons to Visit:

  • Free tutoring, particularly in Reading and New Student Seminar course work (drop-in or scheduled appointments available)
  • Check out books
  • Computers
  • Individual study or group work
  • eFolio help
  • D2L assistance
  • Skills enhancements: study skills, note-taking, test-taking, critical thinking
  • Resource Materials

Location & Summer Hours (May 21 – August 12)

Location: W3250
Monday – Thursday: 7 am – 4:30 pm
Friday: Closed
Closed: Saturday, Sunday and on all non-school days.

NOTE: Student IDs are required to receive services.


For more information, contact Pam Terwilliger, 651.779.3351.

Program Points of Pride

  • Individualized and strong developmental Reading 80 course
  • New Student Seminar course designed to help the student fully integrate into college
  • Learning communities
  • Unique course offerings
  • Web-enhanced courses

Flexible Learning Options

We offer you these flexible learning options for reading and student success classes:

  • Hybrid (combination of in-class and online learning)
  • Online courses
  • Evening and weekend options
  • Paired courses
  • Traditional courses
  • Accelerated courses