Welcome to the Learning Assistance Center
The Learning Assistance Center (LAC) is a facility designed to offer academic support to students of Pasadena City College for the purpose of promoting scholastic success.
It is located on the third floor of the D building on the campus of PCC, with additional computing labs on the first floor and in the W Building. The main telephone number is (626) 585-7230. Check out the links to the right for more specific information.
The LAC staff is ready to assist you.
Pictured from left to right: John Wood, Arkova Scott, Susanna Faljyan, Eileen Snyder, Tamiya Cousins, Yasmina Danic, Candy Avila, and Andre Lawrence.
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PCC students get 7 hours free. Most subjects are available 24/7.
Go to www.pasadena.edu/smarthinking/ to begin!
For onsite tutors, click the links to the right under Tutoring Info to find the current schedules.
The LAC is closed to the public or has limited hours during certain holidays and session dates.
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Student Learning Outcomes (including Mission Statement)
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The LAC has a 42-station network which offers interactive software, Internet access, and a number of applications. Stations are connected to a chargeback laser printer. Other media available in the LAC include instructional DVDs, printed materials, and accompanying audio CDs.
Faculty members are encouraged to place materials on reserve in the LAC and to recommend software which could help their students to be added to the LAC Network. The Center is open 75 hours each week, including evenings and Saturdays.
Tutoring is offered on a walk-in basis for various transfer subjects. Students with declared career and technical majors may receive group tutoring in any of their major-related courses as well as support for most transfer subjects.
The Learning Assistance Center has eight full-time staff and approximately forty student assistants who assist in various shifts throughout the week.
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Revised February 7, 2013 by firstname.lastname@example.org