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Welcome to the

Learning resource center

Located on the first floor of the César E. Chávez Library, the Learning Resource Center provides equitable access to academic support services, experiential learning spaces, and technology resources that strengthen and sustain student success.


The Learning Resource Center (LRC) houses four academic support services: Reading and Writing Center (RWC), Tutoring Center (TC), ESL Lab, and the Open Computer Lab (OCL), where students can work independently or request one-to-one tutoring in a wide variety of academic subject areas.

The LRC's tutoring centers are certified by the College Reading and Learning Association (CRLA). The CRLA is an international authority that certifies organizations and individual tutors who meet its professional training and review standards.


Learning Resource Center


Schedule Information

SUmmer 2024 

June 17, 2024 - August 23, 2024

LRC, Labs, and Tutoring

Monday - Thursday
9:00 am - 5:00 pm

9:00 am - 1:00 pm

LRC, Labs, and Tutoring are closed

on the weekends and school holidays.


First Floor of Library/ LRC Building.

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  • Certified Tutoring Support
  • 24/7 Online Tutoring
  • English-as-a-Second-Language Support
  • Common Computer Applications
  • Online Tutoring
  • Embedded Tutoring

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student computers

computers stations, Labs & Printing

  • Accessible Services
  • English-as-a-Second-Language Support
  • ESL Lab: English as a Second Language Lab

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Umoja student gathering

learning communities

The Learning Community Space is located in the LRC in Room L-106. This space is designed for individual and small-group use, as well as Umoja and Puente community meetings, classes, and events. The space is managed by Donntay Moore-Thomas ( Umoja and Puente students may use the space when it is not otherwise occupied for an Umoja and/or Puente event. 


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Basic Needs Center

The Basic Needs Center serves as a central referral hub of on-campus and community basic needs resources.  We will connect you to the services and resources you need to ensure your success including zero-cost food resources, housing and utilities resources, access to mental health services, access to technology and much more! 

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student employment

The Learning Resource Center (LRC) is looking to hire students to work as peer tutors; our program assists students in various subjects, either during scheduled appointments or on a drop-in basis. Tutoring sessions take place in-person or online.

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contact us

  • Program Coordinator
  • Learning Communities &
  • San Jose/Milpitas Promise Programs
  • Donntay Moore-Thomas 
  • (408) 288-3752