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The University of Texas at Dallas
Graduate Admissions

Learning Resources

The Learning Resource Center offers assistance to students in the areas of reading, writing, mathematics, and study skills. These services are available through individual appointments, group workshops, short courses, and audio and video tapes. The Writing Lab offers one-to-one assistance with writing assignments and general writing skills. Appointments are required. The Math Lab gives short-term and semester-long support for a variety of mathematics courses. Students may drop in or visit these labs on a regular basis. The Supplemental Instruction program offers facilitated group study sessions as a supplement to many UT Dallas courses. Students should check with the center for availability of individual tutoring in specific subjects. The Learning Resource Center also offers developmental math, reading, and writing classes. These classes are for credit, but they do not count toward graduation.

Assistance is also available in study skills, notetaking, writing, test taking, algebra, and preparation for the TASP (required for teacher certification), GRE, GMAT, and LSAT. In addition, students can receive help with time management, basic mathematics improvement, test-anxiety reduction, and various other study techniques and strategies. All students enrolled at the university are eligible for these services.

The center may be contacted at 972-883-6707.


Last Updated: October 6, 2010