For any course at the university (detailed description). 

The Rutgers-Camden Learning Center (RCLC) provides academic support to all Rutgers-Camden undergraduate students. The RCLC programs are facilitated by professional staff, graduate students, and trained undergraduate peer leaders who have previously excelled in their courses. Resources available to students in this course may include: 

  • Peer Tutoring: You can make a one-on-one appointment with a Peer Tutor by going to https://learn.camden.rutgers.edu/peer-tutoring/. Online Tutoring is also available via Smarthinking by going to https://learn.camden.rutgers.edu/smarthinking/.Visit our website for a full schedule of times, locations, and courses.
  • Supplemental Instruction (SI): SI Leaders are assigned to specific sections of courses and hold two weekly study sessions. Sessions focus on the most challenging content being covered in class. The SI Session schedule is posted on the RCLC website each week and will also be communicated in a course by the SI Leader.
  • Peer Writing: Improve your college-level writing skills by bringing writing assignments from your classes to a Peer Writing Tutor. Like tutoring, you can visit the website https://learn.camden.rutgers.edu/peer-tutoring/ to make an appointment and view the full schedule of available drop-in hours. Students can also use Smarthinking (online tutoring) for writing assistance. 
  • Learning Specialist: In academic coaching sessions, Learning Specialist assists students in developing study skills, setting goals, and connecting to a variety of campus resources. 

RCLC services are offered to all Rutgers-Camden undergraduates at no additional cost. You are invited to call the Learning Center at (856) 225-6442, visit https://learn.camden.rutgers.edu/ or come to the Learning Center located in The Center for Learning and Student Success (CLASS) office located on the 2nd floor of Armitage Hall.  

 For any course at the university (brief description).  

The Rutgers-Camden Learning Center offers individual consultations and group workshops that support students in developing more efficient and effective study skills and learning strategies. Learning Specialists work with students to address time and project management, academic reading and writing, note-taking, problem-solving, exam preparation, test-taking, self-regulation, and flexibility.  

The Learning Center offers free access to a virtual tutor for many Rutgers-Camden courses in both drop-in and weekly format. Tutoring may be one-on-one or in small groups. Additionally, Rutgers-Camden has partnered with Smarthinking to provide students with academic support 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Please visit https://learn.camden.rutgers.edu/smarthinking/ for additional online tutoring support.