Building #1 room #204 (UC01-204)
FALL 2018 AAC Schedules (August 23 to December 13):
Schedules available soon. *Please check AAC Welcome Desk for the most current schedule.
College students who need additional support with reading or writing courses in which they are currently enrolled can drop into the Urban Campus AAC and work with instructors who will help assess academic skill levels and may develop individualized supplemental study programs. Students may also obtain specific instructional support. Any students who have difficulty understanding particular concepts in courses they are taking must bring their study materials and textbooks to the AAC to work on their difficulties with an AAC instructor. Although instructors are not content experts, this lab offers students instruction in building word and reading comprehension power, as well as gives tips on reading specific textbooks.
Study Skills Lab
This lab furnishes students with techniques to manage time, take effective notes, take tests, and reduce test anxiety. College students can simply drop into the Urban Campus AAC and work with instructors who will help assess problem areas and develop individualized practices to effectively deal with those areas. Students may also obtain specific instructional support. Any students who have difficulty organizing their approaches to learning particular concepts or problem solving methods in courses they currently are taking must bring their study materials and texts to the AAC to identify and correct the approaches involved.
If you have any questions regarding the Reading/Study Skills Lab, please contact the URBAN Testing Center at firstname.lastname@example.org or 515-248-7218.