The Learning Commons will be closed during Fall Break.
Services will stop on Tuesday, October 12th at 8pm and will resume at 10am on Monday, October 18th
Monday - Thursday 10am - 8pm
Friday 10am - 3pm
Sunday 6 - 10pm
If you have any questions or concerns, please call 419-372-2823 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Academic Coaches help a student develop effective study habits, time management, and organizational skills that are applicable to all University courses. Coaches do not specialize in tutoring one specific subject. Academic Coaching will be offered both in-person and virtually.
If you are interested in starting or resuming Academic Coaching, please complete the Request Form.
Math & Stats Tutoring
The Math & Stats lab is operating in-person during the Fall semester.
If you need more information about the services being offered, please consult the Math & Stats Tutoring page.
If you have questions about the availability of math tutoring, please email email@example.com or call The Learning Commons front desk at 419-372-2823.
Fall tutoring will be available in-person.
If you need more information about the tutoring available, please consult the Course-based Tutoring page.
If you have question about study groups, drop-in tutoring, or the availability of Course-based Tutoring, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 419-372-2823.
Supplemental Instruction is being offered strictly virtually through Zoom. Weekly session times and access links to the Zoom rooms is available on the SI page.
The Writing Center offers online and in-person writing appointments during the hours of operation.
Writers can receive asynchronous, email feedback by submitting a draft using the Online Writing Submission form.
If you are not sure which link to select, please consult the Online Writing Options Guide.
For information regarding the Graduate Writing Workshop Series and to register for sessions, please consult the Workshop Series page.
To schedule an in-person or virtual writing appointment, please call 419-372-2823.
The Falcon Learning Your Way Program (FLY)
The Falcon Learning Your Way (FLY) Program assists students with specific learning disabilities (SLD) and/or ADHD by providing individualized support. For details about the support that is provided by the FLY program, please consult the FLY Program homepage, email the program at FLY@bgsu.edu, or call 419-372-UFLY (8359).