Until further notice, Learning Center appointments will be conducted online via Zoom.
Each semester, the Learning Center offers subject-specific tutoring for 100- and 200-level courses. Writing tutors are available to work with students needing assistance with writing papers for any course, regardless of level.
Appointments for all subjects are to be scheduled for 30 minutes.* Students are allowed to visit the Learning Center for up to one hour per day per subject and up to two hours a week per subject.
Students interested in making a standing appointment for the entire semester must first sign up to meet with the tutor. At the end of the tutoring session, the student can make recurring appointments in the appointment system.
Online appointments are available during open hours and follow the same guidelines and procedures as face-to-face appointments. Students may request a video of online sessions for their own personal, academic use only. No student may post any video recording of a session in whole or in part, nor may she distribute the video recording in anyway. Screen casts or screen shots of the session remain the property of the Meredith College Learning Center. Students who do not follow these guidelines may have their Learning Center privileges revoked and may be referred to the Dean of Students' Office.
Students wishing to drop-in "online," should use the chat feature available from the MyMeredith page.
Canceling an Appointment
Visit the Learning Center's MyMeredith page to cancel an appointment.
An appointment missed without 24 hours cancellation notice is considered a no show.
Because conflicts may arise at the last minute, two no shows are allowed per semester without penalty. Three no shows will revoke a student's sign up privileges for the remainder of the semester. Students with three no shows may still receive assistance on a walk-in basis.
*Students with disabilities or non-native speakers of English who have documented accommodations for extra time may sign up for 60 minute appointments for all subjects. Students with disabilities must turn in disability letters to Disability Services before they may sign up for extra time. Disability letters are reissued each semester and do not carry over from the previous semester. Non-native speakers must meet with the directors before signing up for extra time.
Any student who signs up for a one-hour appointment and does not meet the above qualifications will have her second 30-minute appointment cancelled. The student may also be required to schedule a meeting with the Learning Center director before scheduling any future appointments.