Collaborative Learning Center- Worcester
30 Roxbury Street
Worcester, Ma 01609
Collaborative Learning Center- Leicester
7 Washburn Square
Leicester, Ma 01524
CLC stands for the Becker College Collaborative Learning Center. The CLC has an office on both the Worcester and Leicester campuses.
The Collaborative Learning Center (CLC) is dedicated to helping all Becker College students achieve their academic goals by providing them with the academic supports crucial to building and strengthening their skills. The CLC staff fosters a supportive and productive learning environment by helping students to explore their academic potential and strive toward excelling in their chosen field of study.
Professional Learning Specialists and Peer Tutors are available for scheduled tutoring appointments and selected drop-in sessions, as well as study groups and workshops. Whether you need to study for a test, figure out how to solve word problems, or could use some help writing and formatting a paper, our dedicated and knowledgeable staff is here to support you.
» Where are you located, and when are you open?
» What types of services does the Collaborative Learning Center offer?
» How do I schedule an appointment?
» When should I come to the CLC tutoring center?
» How much do CLC services cost?
» How do I submit my papers online for review by a writing specialist?
» Why do students come to the CLC?
» What if I’m a student with learning disabilities? How do I find out about academic and/or housing accommodations?
The CLC offers a variety of services, including:
Students can stop by the CLC on either campus, email email@example.com, or call 508.373.9704 to schedule an appointment with a learning specialist and/or peer tutor.
You can come by any time throughout each academic semester. Come in at the beginning of each semester if you would like to schedule a regular weekly appointment, as popular time slots fill up quickly. If you feel you might need more intensive assistance in a certain area, please schedule an appointment to meet with the CLC Director.
The CLC provides free academic assistance to all Becker College students.
Simply email your paper in .doc format to firstname.lastname@example.org. A writing specialist will review your paper using the track changes feature in Microsoft Office 2010, and will email it back to you with suggestions within two to three business days of receipt. The specialist may offer grammatical suggestions (such as tips on punctuation, verb tense, spelling, and sentence structure) and format corrections, as well as provide recommendations on the general flow and relevance of the paper. Students are encouraged to schedule an in-person tutoring appointment for follow-up as needed.
Comments made on your paper are simply suggestions for your review. When submitting your paper, it is important to let us know the specifics of your assignment requirements in order for us to better serve you.
Whether you need to study for a test, figure out how to solve word problems, or could use some help writing and formatting a paper, our dedicated and knowledgeable staff is here to support you.
If you are a student with a documented learning disability, as determined under the ADA and as defined in Chapter 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, you may benefit from certain accommodations.
If you believe you qualify and would benefit from appropriate and reasonable accommodations, please contact Dolores Radlo at email@example.com or call 508.373.9705 to schedule an appointment for a confidential conversation. It is strongly suggested that students make appointments and/or submit documentation at the beginning of each semester.
Please download and complete the Disabilities Services/Accommodations Registration Form, to be submitted with your disability documentation, so we can process your information as soon as possible.
Upon review and determination of appropriate accommodations, as authorized by the director of the CLC, the student will be responsible for follow up with his or her individual faculty member(s). All personal information will remain confidential. Discussions with parents or legal guardians are encouraged when supported by FERPA documentation.
You can find more information on our Resources for Students with Disabilities page.
Students who may benefit from on-campus housing accommodation may complete a Housing Accommodation Application Form. Students must submit the completed application form (portions to be completed by student and physician) to the Office of Residence Life/Student Affairs prior to the beginning of each academic year in order to be considered for housing accommodations. Housing Applications are reviewed by the Housing Committee in April for returning students and in June for new students.