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Welcome to the Learning Commons

Special Announcement: In conjunction with the University of Cincinnati’s response to COVID-19 (aka the coronavirus), the Learning Commons is working to continue serving students. All Learning Commons programs will transition online (starting March 30). Thus, our services will be accessed remotely (online video conferences, phone appointments, etc.) and not in-person.

Each of our services has different dynamics to consider, so different technological platforms may be used for each program. Detailed discussions of each program’s transition to online spaces will be on the program’s website.

We appreciate your patience. Please continue to refer to our website for more updates. If you have questions about a specific program, please email us at learningcommons@uc.edu, and your email will be directed to the proper professional staff member. The Learning Commons will continue to make every effort to support UC students. We hope that you continue to use our services during this challenging period.  

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The Learning Commons provides centralized academic support for 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
  • Student learning assistants for faculty using 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 while drop-in schedules or enrollment instructions are viewable under each program menu on the left.

If you are a faculty or staff member seeking to collaborate to promote student success for your students, please feel free to reach out to us at learningcommons@uc.edu.

Spring Semester Hours

Learning Commons 
(Online/Remote Access)
March 30-April 24

Check Program Websites for Updates and More Info!

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