Reading Center

Hours: Monday – Thursday 8 am – 7 pm; Friday 8 am – 2 pm.

Closed Saturday and Sunday.

Students work individually or in small groups to master the fundamental linguistic principles that underlie the English language, using a multi-sensory approach for the development of the auditory, sensory, and visual skills necessary for reading, writing, and speech.

Be more successful in your college classes, and improve your reading and spelling abilities by enrolling in these classes:

English 351 & 352

English 320/330

Avoid reading assignments? Watch The Science of Reading to see how three skills help and hinder reading.

What do we do?

  • We show students techniques for remembering and understanding what they read.
  • We provide support for assignments in other classes.
  • We teach study strategies.
  • We help non-native speakers with pronunciation.

How do we do it?

  • We use one-on-one or small group tutoring sessions.
  • By developing a student's visual memory, phonemic awareness and concept imagery.
  • We use innovative, nationally acclaimed literacy techniques.
  • We always have respect, understanding and acceptance of individualized learning needs.

Reading Center Newsletter

Reading Support Sites

Irlen Institute
Irlen Syndrome is a perceptual problem that can affect achievement, learning, and performance for struggling readers.

Vision Therapy
Vision Therapy is a program of specialized visual activities designed to help in developing and enhancing visual abilities.

Read Naturally
Read Naturally combines three research-proven strategies to develop the reading fluency of special education, ELL, Title I and mainstream students.

Campus Reading Support

English & Study Skills Center
Individualized programs to improve study strategies and English skills.

Access Resource Center
Learning styles assessment and support classes.