The Learning Assistance and Resource Center proudly embraces the values of West Chester University and remains committed to treating all members of our community with respect and dignity. Read the full WCU Values statement.

Weekly tutoring for summer One starts On Tue, May 30th and ends on Fri, June 30th.


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Important LARC Information


Students are able to make individual appointments in WC Online for Summer One 2023 starting May 23th until the last day of tutoring, June 30th, 2023.

(The LARC will be closed June 19th)


Summer One Tutoring Virtual Zoom Links

Summer One 2023 Information

  • All Summer One tutoring is appointment based and virtual
  • Tutoring runs from 5/30/23-6/30/23. No tutoring 6/19/23
  • Tutoring for the following courses: ACC 201, 202, BIO 100, 204, 210, 214, 259, CHE 103, 104, 107, 231, CSC 110, 112, 141, 231, 240, ECO 111, 112, 251, MAT 100-121, 143, 161-62, PHY 130 ,170 & Success Coaching

Fall 2023 Information

  • *NOTE: Fall 2023 detailed tutoring dates/information will be posted here when available.* 
  • All LARC services are free to students.
    The LARC will offer both in-person and virtual tutoring sessions for Fall 2023. While we encourage the use of masks, they are optional at this time.
    All in-person sessions will take place in 224 Lawrence (except Music, which will be in Swope Music Library).
    Tutor Registration for Weekly, Recurring Sessions will open on (date will be posted when available). Make individual appointments here (starting date will be posted when available): 
    Make weekly appointments by visiting the LARC in-person or virtually here: 
    Success Coaching will be available in-person or online starting (date will be posted when available). 
    Any question regards to tutoring should be directed to Gabrielle Stanley at gstanley@WCUPA.EDU.
    Any question regards to success coaching or Academic Success Workshops should be directed to Dr. Jocelyn Manigo at JManigo@WCUPA.EDU.  
    General questions can go to 

Cancellation & No Show Guidelines 

  • Students are responsible for canceling their own appointments. All students can cancel an individual appointment by logging onto WC Online
  • Students can cancel up to 3 hours in advance. Anything less than 3 hour notice will be considered a "no-show." 
  • If a student has 3 "no-shows" (aka three missed appointments), the student's WC Online account will be locked. As long as they are not in the same course, a LARC staff member will notify the student and unlock the account. 
  • If a student misses three sessions of the SAME COURSE (e.g. three BIO 110 sessions), the rest of the schedule will be cancelled and a students account will remain locked. 
  • We at the LARC try to provide flexibility to students by allowing cancellations up to 3 hours in advance. We prefer that students stay home if they are feeling ill. If an emergency arises (e.g. illness that required a doctor's visit, car accident, funeral, etc.), please reach out to LARC staff and discuss having the appointment cancelled after the fact. HOWEVER, same day cancellations should be rare and reserved for illness or other emergency. 
  • If a student cancels same day 3 times, the account will be locked and LARC staff will reach out to see if the student still wants tutoring for that course. 
  • If a student cancels same day 4 times, they will lose the weekly tutoring appointment but can still make individual appointments when needed. 

What are students saying about our tutors?

  • "[Basile] I had the opportunity to ask questions and work on what I needed to with extra help and explanations from Basile."
  • "[Niajah] she knows what she is talking about. She is able to demonstrate lessons and how things work in [biology] on the whiteboard, and high makes it easier to understand."
  • "[Lindsay's] strengths [are] being able to explain step by step how to complete chem math equations. She was great and I was able to be successful in the course due to her."
  • "[Mathew] did an amazing job going over the material! He knows how to effectively give examples ."
  • "[Abigail] I felt comfortable expressing any confusion I had and she helped me to understand the chemistry concepts way better. She listened to my questions really well."
  • "Lillian is amazing! She tries to help with anything she can. She is so smart and I would not have succeeded in this class without her. "
  • "[Alexa] is a great listener, very kind, is great at helping you understand ways that are easier for you even if it's different from her preferences."
  • "[Ethan] Love how he makes you think about your answers. Honestly would be a good teacher - I approve! Also will send my friends to him!"

*Quotes taken from Spring 2023 anonymous tutor evaluation surveys. 


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