Each of us learns in our own way. The Learning Support Services (LSS) office has been created to make sure that you get the support you need to succeed academically. LSS is located in the Student Resource Center, DeRicci 206, and in Sonderegger 408; please call 663-2281 or visit the LSS website for more information.
If you are a student with a documented disability and are interested in accommodations, contact the Disabilities Services Coordinator in the SRC. We want to do whatever we can to make sure that you have every opportunity to learn; for that to happen, students needing disability services need to let us know as soon as possible the types of support needed. All requests for services and disabilities documentation is confidential. If you have questions about services, accommodations, or documentation contact Grace Bandoh, Director of Student Accessibility and Disability Services, by phone at 608-663-8347, or by email at GBandoh@edgewood.edu. You may also visit our web site at http://lss.edgewood.edu/Disability-Services.
Drop by the Writing Center
If you need to write a paper, the Writing Center, located in DeRicci 206, is the place to go. You can come with writing assignments from any class at any stage of the writing process—no appointment necessary. From brainstorming to final touches, we can help you communicate more clearly. Open hours are posted at the beginning of each semester and at the start of the summer term!
Visit the Math Lab
The Math Lab, located in Sonderegger 408, is available to help you with all of your math needs. Use tutorial software, check out books, do problems, and receive assistance with homework and studying for tests. Chemistry assistance may also be available. No appointments are necessary. Open hours are posted at the beginning of each semester. http://lss.edgewood.edu/Student-Resources/Math-Lab
Try Tutoring Services
Peer tutoring is available for most introductory classes. A Peer Tutor can help you understand course information, study for exams, or improve study skills in a particular course. Requests can be made online through the LSS website.
Join a Study Group
LSS can help you form study groups in your classes, and may even have groups pre-formed for your convenience. Check out the LSS website for more details.
Attend Student Success Workshops
Learning Support Services offers workshops throughout the semester to help you build on the skills you already have. See a flier for details, or check out the LSS website.
Improve your Study Skills
You can set up an individual appointment with someone in LSS to assess your study skills and help you decide how you can improve them. You can also view resources online at http://lss.edgewood.edu/Student-Resources/Study-tools-and-Resources.