Welcome to the Writing & Reading Lab

What can I do at the Writing & Reading Lab?

  • Receive one-on-one or group writing and reading assistance
  • Learn writing and reading computer software programs
  • Strengthen skills using handbooks and handouts
  • Attend workshops
  • Use our Virtual Writing & Reading Lab for access to writing and grammar guides, advice on research and documentation, and valuable websites.

Benefits to enrolling in the Writing & Reading Lab:

  • You can work with any of the teachers or tutors in the lab; you decide!
  • There are no assigned meetings; come into the lab whenever you want.
  • There is no homework; we help you on reading or writing assignments for any of your other courses.
  • You are not graded (the course is credit/no credit), but you receive college credit for getting assistance on your existing assignments.

How Do I Enroll?

Sign up for an LSKL (Learning Skills) class through WebSMART.

LSKL 803 (free, repeatable, zero units, non-degree applicable)

LSKL 864 (variable unit, see chart below)

Students can earn units of credit as follows:

  • 0.5 unit = 24 hours = approximately 1 ½ hrs per week
  • 1.0 unit = 48 hours = approximately 3 hrs per week
  • 1.5 units = 72 hours = approximately 4 ½ hrs per week
  • 2.0 units = 96 hours = approximately 6 hrs per week
  • 2.5 units = 120 hours = approximately 7 ½ hrs per week
  • 3.0 units = 144 hours = approximately 9 ¼ hrs per week.

 

Click here for the Fall 2014 WRL Tutoring Schedule!

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