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Student Academic Support Services Hub

University Libraries has transitioned to remote operations and will remain closed until further notice.  All student academic support services remain available via online access. 

Tutoring, math lab, writing centers, research consultations and College Learning Skills consultations and workshops will continue via remote appointments. General questions about student academic support services may also be sent to

Research Consultations
Get help from library faculty! We can help you choose a research topic, search library and web resources, evaluate sources, as well as manage and cite your sources. 

Collegiate Learning Skills Workshops and Coaching
Join the Collegiate Learning Instructor to discuss student success strategies, including tips on time management, study skills, active reading, test and assignment preparation, and maintaining motivation. You can reserve a spot in a workshop or schedule an individual coaching appointment.

General Academic Tutoring Center
The General Academic Tutoring Center (GATC) offers free tutoring in a variety of subjects to undergraduate students on the Stockton campus. GATC tutors are sophomores, juniors, seniors, or graduate students who have succeeded academically with a B+ or better in the class they are tutoring or have been recommended by their Professors. 

Math Lab
The Math Lab provides drop-in tutoring for students in fundamental skills math courses. This includes MATH 93E, MATH 5, Calculus series (MATH 41, 51, 53) and statistics (MATH 35, MATH 37).

Student Athletic Study Hall
Student-Athlete Services provides the necessary resources to assist student-athletes in reaching their full potential academically, athletically, personally, and professionally. 

Writing Center
Writing Center provides writing support for  students of all skill levels at any stage in the process for assignments in any discipline. The centers offer an inviting, non-judgmental space where peer mentors and student writers build collaborative learning relationships based on fostering student self-efficacy, honoring student agency, and developing transferable writing skills.