Tutoring and Assistive Services
The Learning Center is located on the Upper Level of the library in Room U124. The center is a department within the division of Student Development and oversees a variety of services available to students.
Affordable one-on-one and small group tutoring sessions are available for most undergraduate general education Biola courses. Tutoring is offered to provide students with personal assistance to enhance, support and clarify concepts discussed in lecture and course material. The following fees cover an entire semester of tutoring:
- $90 for individual tutoring, meeting for one hour on a weekly basis
- $45 for small group tutoring, meeting for one hour on a weekly basis
For more information or to register for tutoring services, visit the The Learning Center website.
The Learning Center provides reasonable and appropriate accommodations to students with psychological, medical, physical and learning disabilities, and ensures legal compliance with state and federal disability law. The Learning Center advocates for students and facilitates with other departments across campus on the students’ behalf.
Learning Resource Room
The Learning Resource Room is located on the Middle Level of the library near the Copy Room. The Library provides assistive technology to accommodate students with disabilities. Some of the functions of the room include, but are not limited to:
- Test proctoring for DSS students
- Adaptive computer technology (Dragon software, Kurzweil, and Zoomtext)
In order to receive accommodations for a disability, students will first need to obtain and submit documentation. Please see The Learning Center website for further details on how to get registered with the center.