Student Resource Center
Robinson Communication Center, Rooms 103-108
8:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m., Monday - Friday
The SRC offers a wide range of services for both the students and faculty of Wilmington College. These services include:
1. Individual Peer Tutoring
2. The Writing Center
3. The Math Center
4. Supplemental Instruction
5. Success Modules
6. Services for Learning Disabled Students
7. Courses on Learning Strategies and Motivation
8. Preparation Assistance for Standardized Tests
9. Resource Library on Learning and Motivation
Students are invited to participate in any one or several of the SRC's special opportunities to improve their learning strategies and conditions. Located in Robinson Communications Center, across the street from the football field, the SRC is easily accessible. Each semester about fifty well-trained students and professional instructors tutor and assist new and returning students at all levels both individually and in small groups.
Supervisor: John Moore
9:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m., Monday-Thursday
9:00 a.m.- 2:00 p.m., Friday
In the Math Center, located in 112 Kettering, students can receive help in math and math-related courses. Tutoring is available during day-time hours on a drop-in or appointment basis.
Supervisor: Judy Harvey
8:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m., Monday-Friday
Writing assistants working in the writing center help beginning and experienced writers to plan, to revise and to edit their college papers. Students may drop in or make appointments.
Coordinator: Carol Mercer
Traditionally difficult courses for students are targeted for Supplemental Instruction (SI). SI is a student-centered study program that supplements and reviews the content of selected courses. Model students who have previously taken the course serve as SI leaders in such courses as Biology, Accounting, Athletic Training, and Chemistry.
During the SI meetings students review study strategies such as notetaking and test taking appropriate for learning content of the SI course. SI is one of the Student Resource Center's most popular programs. A recent questionnaire shows that 70% of the students surveyed attend SI sessions.
Coordinator: Carol Mercer
Hours: By appointment
Students are encouraged to come into the Student Resource Center and request a peer tutor for any of their college courses. One-on-one tutoring can be scheduled for most courses anytime throughout the semester.
A student is eligible to be a tutor and participate in the college's tutor training program when he/she has an overall grade point average of 3.0, has a recorded grade of B or higher in the subject to be tutored, and has an academic reference from a faculty member in the appropriate field.
Students who have been identified as having physical or psychological learning difficulties and can provide documentation of this are eligible for:
- extended time for tests
- note takers
- audio versions of their texts
Coordinators: Judy Harvey
Both computer software and hard copy practice tests are available for the GRE General Tests and the Praxis Tests.
The GRE can be accessed through the campus network at PowerPrep.
The Center also has study booklets for the Praxis II test.
The Center also administers CLEP tests.
The Student Resource Center offers a wide range of ways to help students achieve success in college. Stop in or call during your first days on campus. The staff is eager to greet and meet all new students.
Student Resource Center: (937)382-6661, ext. 208
103 Robinson Communication Center