Welcome to the Learning Center!
The Learning Center offers Academic Tutoring, Mentoring and Coaching free to all students at Hanover College in their pursuit of academic excellence. Our goal is to help good students become better students through active engagement. Our trained peer tutors are here to help make sure that each student has the opportunity to get the most out of their Hanover education.
Congratulations to our Award-winning tutors! We're so proud of the following seniors:
Amanda Waltz, The M. L. Greiner Art Purchase Award
Amanda Waltz and Emily Bumgardner, Distinguished Award in Art History
Sarah Brocker and Lauren Schultz, BSP Award for Academic Excellence
Alex Brueckner and Felicia Nguyen, The Ned Guthrie Chemistry Award
Holly Watson, The Keith & Gwen White Award for Graduate Study in Chemistry
Ivana Eiler, Distinguished Award in Classical Studies
Sarah Brocker , The John B. Goodrich Prize in Oratory
Lauren Schultz, Distinguished Award in Communication
Eliza Bui, Distinguished Award in Economics
Sarah Love, The Robert E. Bowers History Award
Matt Weber, Distinguished Award in Kinesiology & Integrative Physiology
Eliza Bui, The Morse Mathematical Award
Alec Hamaker, The Dr. John E. Yarnelle Mathematics Prize
Rachel Sieg, Distinguished Award in Spanish
Alec Hamaker, The Darryl L. Steinert Award in Physics
Hannah Bowen, Distinguished Award in Anthropology
Sarah Love, The A. Glenn Mower, Jr. Pre-Law Award
Sarah Brocker and Lauren Schultz, The Alpha Lambda Delta Award (both earned the exact same GPA)
The Learning Center is located in Duggan Library on the First Floor.
The Learning Center is open during library hours to use as a quiet study space for individuals and groups of students. During fall and winter terms, tutors are available Sunday-Thursday evenings from 7:00-11:00 p.m. If you wish, go to our Services page to find a specific tutor and send an email directly. You can also contact the Learning Center at email@example.com or call x7128 for help finding a tutor.
Reasons To Visit The Learning Center:
- You want to improve your grades and/or test performance.
- You want someone to read a paper for you and provide feedback.
- You're attending class regularly but feel like you're not grasping important concepts.
- You're having trouble with a particular class and/or homework assignment.
- You're spending hours studying but still not “getting it."
- You feel like you don't have enough time to get everything done.
- You need guidance on figuring out the best way to take notes in class.
- You need a place to study outside your dorm room.
If you are having any academic challenges, whether it be in a specific class or with study skills, the Learning Center staff can help.
2014-2015 Learning Center Tutors
Contact the Learning Center via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.