The Bock Learning Center
The Bock Learning Center provides a range of services and support for students. We provide space for students to work, offer computer and printing resources, and we tutoring in a range of subjects on a drop-in and appointment basis. We have calculators available for check-out, and we provide support for Canvas use. Please click on the links below to learn more about our services.
New Hours for Fall Quarter!
The Bock Learning Center will be open on September 28th!
Tutoring Begins September 29th
Schedule will be published soon!
Fall Learning Center Space
Monday - Thursday
9:30 AM - 4:30 PM
Friday - Sunday
Math / Science
Additional Tutoring Closures
First Day of Classes
Last Day of Classes
We will be offering a hybrid approach to services for Fall 2022. .
All of our offerings are conveniently located in Canvas, including graphing calculator check-out forms, writing and STEM tutoring via Zoom! All the services you have grown to love are now online and in-person. If you are having trouble accessing the Canvas course, contact Kathrine Raines at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tutors are available on a drop-in basis to help you with your math, science or programing classes. Come in to study for exams or just to do your daily homework. If you get stuck, someone will be there to help. Tutors can work with you one-on-one or lead group problem-solving sessions. Please check out our schedule on Canvas!
Public speaking coaching
Public speaking coaches can support students with presentations that require public speaking. This quarter, they are particularly well suited to support students in CMST 220: Public Speaking. Coaching is available by appointment only, and appointments must be scheduled at least 24 business hours in advance. For more information and to make an appointment, please visit the Bock Learning Center's Canvas homepage.
The Learning Center staff believes that anyone can learn how to write well. We also believe that writing is a skill that continues to develop over a lifetime, and that even accomplished writers can improve their writing. Writing tutors are available to work with students on a drop-in or appointment basis at any stage in the writing process.
Online tutoring is available free of charge to Cascadia students in most subjects through the Western eTutoring Consortium. Submit a paper to the eWriting lab, echat with a tutor in your subject area, or utilize the offline eQuestion service.
Supplemental Instruction, or facilitated study groups, are offered for a selection of courses each term. See this quarter’s offerings.
Becoming a Tutor
Excel in math and writing? Love helping your classmates? Want to put your math, science, and writing skills to use? Join the Learning Center team and become a tutor
The Bock Learning Center