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About the Learning Center

The mission of the Learning Center is to provide a level of academic support that enhances the ability of every motivated student to succeed in his/her studies at Mount St. Joseph University.  The Learning Center services include a Writing Center, Math & Science Center, Peer Tutoring, placement testing, instructional and adaptive software, individualized assistance with study skills, and support for students with disabilities.

To contact the Learning Center, call (513) 244-4202.

Hours & Location

The Learning Center is located on the first floor of Seton Center, Room 156.

Hours:  Monday - Thursday, 8:30 a.m.- 5:00 p.m., Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m., and several evenings per week during the Fall and Spring semesters. 

For appointments with the Math & Science Center or the Writing Center please visit the Learning Center or call 513-244-4202.   


Meghann Littrell     
Director of the Learning Center & Disability Services, M.Ed., University of Cincinnati,  513.244.4524 
Karl Zuelke
Writing Center Director and Math & Science Center Director, MFA Indiana University, Ph.D., University of Cincinnati,  513.244.4514 
Cathy Steinriede
Learning Center Coordinator, B.S., Mount St. Joseph University,  513.244.4202
Individual Study Skills Assistance
Individualized study skills assistance can help you gain a greater understanding of yourself and of the basic skills needed for success in the classroom.
To learn more or to make an appointment, contact the Director of the Learning Center & Disability Services.
Learning Styles Inventory

You can take a Learning Styles inventory to discover how you prefer to perceive and process information. Want to try one? Check out the link.
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University of Texas Learning Center
GRE Preparation
Visit this site to download GRE preparation software and other study materials.
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Online Forms
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Peer Tutor Request
Peer tutoring is an intervention program designed to serve those students who are struggling in a course. Students who are doing well, but would like to do even better, should work with their fellow classmates to form study groups. Contact the Learning Center if you would like assistance in coordinating a study group for your course. If you are having difficulty in a course, please complete this request form.
Disability Services - Test Accommodation Request
Disability Services - Note-taker Request
Disability Services - Alternate Text Request
Peer Tutoring

The Peer Tutoring program enhances student success in coursework across the curriculum by providing concentrated, one-on-one intervention for stuggling students in need of extra academic support. Peer Tutors serve as role models of motivation and success, while simultaneously reinforcing their own learning.

Math & Science Center

The Math & Science Center Assistants offer one-on-one sessions to help students succeed in their math courses through calculus, and their 100-level science courses. The tutors can also help with math and science content in other courses. 

Writing Center

The Writing Center helps students to grow as writers, enhancing the quality of their written work in every discipline. Through one-on-one sessions with the Center Director and student Writing Consultants, students grow in their understanding of the writing process, develop their ability to apply the process to all their written work, increase their understanding of the conventions of writing, and develop their ability to adhere to standard written English.

Disability Services

Disability Services seeks to ensure that eligible students with documented physical or mental impairments are provided, based on individual need, reasonable academic adjustments and auxilary aids to allow access to Mount programs.

Individualized Study Skills Assistance

Individualized study skills assistance helps students acquire greater understanding of themselves and of the basic skills needed for success in the classroom: time management, goal-setting, effective reading and note-taking, test-taking strategies, and others.


CLEP, the College Level Examination Program, provides students the opportunity to demonstrate college-level knowledge and earn college credit through a program of exams in undergraduate college courses, regardless of where or how the students acquired the knowledge. Both traditional and non-traditional students can benefit from credit earned through CLEP. To learn more, contact Career and Experiential Education Center at (513) 244-4888.

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