The Learning Commons is providing ALL summer services online.
Please consult the following information for details on each service being provided.
If you have any questions or concerns, please email email@example.com
Academic Coaching will be offered virtually for the Summer Sessions.
If you are interested in starting Academic Coaching this summer, please complete the Request Form.
Math & Stats Tutoring
Summer Math and Statistics Tutoring is available online at the following times:
Monday 10am-3pm EDT
Tuesday 12-5pm EDT
Wednesday 1-4pm EDT
Thursday 12-2pm EDT
BGSU students can log into a WebEx Math Sessions using the following link:
Open a Math Tutoring session.
If you have questions about the availability of math tutoring during the summer, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Course-based summer tutoring is available in an online group tutoring format for courses not covered by the Math and Statistics Lab.
To request to become part of a study group, please complete the Tutoring Request Form.
If you are currently a member of a study group, please contact your tutor or email@example.com for meeting information.
The Writing Center offers Summer online writing appointments in two ways:
Writers can receive asynchronous, email feedback by submitting a draft to us using the Online Writing Submission form.
Writers can also request a virtual, face-to-face session using our Writing Session request form
If you are not sure which link to select, please consult the Online Writing Options Guide.
Math Placement Testing
For math placement testing information, please visit the College of Arts & Sciences Mathematics Placement page.
The Falcon Learning Your Way Program (FLY)
Virtual FLY Meetings, using Zoom, began Monday, March 23, 2020 at the regularly scheduled times.
Please email your Learning Specialist if you have any questions or concerns.
FLY participants who receive tutoring and/or academic coaching will be notified if/when virtual tutoring is in place. Please be patient as the Learning Commons staff works with tutors to confirm their ability and availability to host virtual meetings.
Please continue to (1) communicate directly with your professors and teaching assistants. You might also consider (2) visiting jmtpatrick.com for math support, (3) visiting Khan Academy via YouTube for content-specific support, (4) using online materials on your textbook publishers’ websites, or (5) using the resources provided in your eTextbooks.