Learning Support Services
When you come to Marymount, it’s not to study alone — you are part of a learning community made up of faculty, staff and fellow students. We’re here to support your academic growth and success!
Learning Support assists students of all levels—developmental through honors, including those with disabilities. We are committed to providing a comfortable learning environment that fosters respect and the belief that all students can succeed.
Students can access tutorial support in a variety of disciplines such as algebra, English, chemistry and accounting, and learn study skills and time management. All undergraduate students, including those with disabilities, are welcome to meet with peer tutors, who can assist with homework or exam prep, explain key concepts and reinforce or clarify course material to eventually empower individuals to work independently.
We now offer virtual tutoring!
Study Hall is a supervised study program designed to provide student-athletes with organized study/tutoring time in an environment conducive to learning. All new undergraduate student-athletes (freshman or transfer) and returning student-athletes who have a cumulative GPA of 2.75 or below are required to attend a minimum of three hours per week.
The MCU Library offers a video chat with a librarian for research assistance via Zoom. While you are learning and conducting research remotely, we can help you navigate electronic resources and databases, construct effective search strategies and identify sources for your research and coursework.
Course reserves are course-related materials set aside for a specific academic course at the request of an instructor. To access, please click here or contact your librarian at JRincon@marymountcalifornia.edu.