The Learning Resources Center (LRC) is designed to promote student success, retention, and graduation in the academic setting. Services are available to all University of Colorado Denver undergraduate and graduate students.
The Learning Resources Center's (LRC) Tutorial Services is internationally certified at Level I, Level II, and Level III by the College Reading and Learning Association's (CRLA) International Tutoring Program Certification.
Below are the different services the Learning Resources Center offers CU Denver students. Please click on the links for more information about each tutorial service offered.
CU Denver Students at the downtown campus may request tutoring for courses in which they are currently enrolled. Students may request permanent weekly sessions as soon as they have registered for classes each semester.
Walk-in sessions are available to all CU Denver students enrolled in courses at the downtown Denver campus. Each Open Lab session is conducted by a different tutor, and each tutor is knowledgeable in different courses and subject areas.
Beginning the Fall 2016 semester, the LRC will be offering a pilot program for interactive and collaborative tutoring sessions via CU Denver’s zoom platform.
A scheduled series of interactive and collaborative weekly study sessions for students enrolled in historically challenging courses.
Beginning the Fall 2016 semester, the LRC will be offering a pilot program for interactive and collaborative Supplemental Instruction (SI) sessions via CU Denver’s zoom platform.
One-hour workshops designated to help students develop enhanced study skills to handle the challenges of college level coursework. Topics cover important concepts and strategies including time management, learning styles, note taking, testing and test anxiety, as well as many others.
Academic support for students whose first language is not English includes tutoring and conversation groups to enhance verbal fluency to help with language and current culturally relevant topics.
An opportunity for students to study collaboratively with their classmates regularly outside of class. The LRC helps interested students organize and conduct productive study sessions. Students not only benefit from the knowledge of their peers, they also integrate and retain subject material better when explaining it to others in a small group format.
I-Prep” (Intense Preparation) services are designed to help students brush up on key concepts that are foundational in courses they are currently registered for or are preparing to take in the future.