Learning Commons

Service Dates and Locations


In accordance with the University transition to online operations for the first two weeks of Spring 2022, all Learning Commons services will be available online only. The only exception is the MASS Center, which will remain closed until in-person operations resume. When University in-person operations resume, Learning Commons services will return to online and in-person operation. Read more about UC's COVID policies on the UC COVID-19 website.

See indvidual program pages for service dates and hours. Book an appointment via the "Make an Appointment" button below.

  • As a reminder, if the University is closed for a Reading Day or a Holiday, the Learning Commons is also closed. Please see the Weather Policy for inclement weather days. 
  • Check the individual program pages to learn more about the service, the operating hours, and the method of access (in-person, online, or both)
  • The Learning Commons is available to students on Clifton's, Clermont's, and Blue Ash's campuses. 
    • Clifton Learning Commons: 2510B French Hall West, (513) 556-3244, LearningCommons@uc.edu
    • Clifton Math and Science Support (MASS) Center: 2133 French Hall West, 513-556-1467, mass@uc.edu
    • Clifton Academic Writing Center (AWC): 401N Langsam Library, (513) 556-3912, AcadWC@uc.edu
    • Clermont Learning Commons, MASS Center, and AWC: 106 Edith Peters-Jones, (513) 558-8319, UCCLearningCommons@uc.edu

Learn Together. Learning Commons.

The Learning Commons provides free centralized academic support for all University of Cincinnati students. We bring together faculty, best-practices in teaching and learning, and hundreds of outstanding peer educators to create flexible academic success programming.

Each year more than 6,000 students take advantage of Learning Commons programs to build confidence, integrate on campus, and master challenging course content. These programs include:

  • One-on-one and group-based tutoring in more than 200 courses
  • A nationally-recognized Learning Communities program that brings together first-year students and campus mentors to promote social integration and academic success   
  • Academic Coaching for students seeking improved organization, motivation, and learning strategies
  • Learning Assistants for faculty who use active and collaborative teaching methods
  • Collaborative learning opportunities such as our Success Skills Workshops or Supplemental Instruction program

We offer credit-bearing, drop-in, and appointment-based options. Students can schedule an appointment via our scheduling website. Service hours, drop-in schedules, and enrollment instructions can be found on each program's page.


UC Faculty & Staff

Please visit the Learning Commons site on Bearcats Landing for information specific for Faulty and Staff. If you are seeking to collaborate to promote student success for your students, please feel free to reach out to us at LearningCommons@uc.edu. To request a presenation from the Learning Commons, please click the button below.