Center for Learning Resources
The mission of the Center for Learning Resources (CLR) is to provide academic content support to the students of the University of New Haven using metacognitive strategies that help students become aware of and learn to apply optimal learning processes in the pursuit of creating independent learners.
CLR tutors focus sessions on discussions of concepts and processes and typically use external examples to help students grasp and apply the material.
The CLR is a past recipient of “Tutoring Program Award of Excellence,” one of the top professional awards in the field that is given by the Association of Tutoring Professionals. The center promotes an environment of nonjudgmental support, listens to the needs of students, and works to provide lessons geared toward the individual learning style of each student.
The CLR Consists of:
- The Computer Lab
- The Math, Science, and Business Lab
- Humanities and Social Sciences Lab
- The Undergraduate/Graduate Peer Tutoring Program
- Supplemental Instruction
Comprehensive Services and Availability!
During the academic year, the CLR generally is open every day expect Saturdays and holidays. Tutors who specialize in nearly 30 subjects are available for more than 60 hours each week.
Current students, faculty, and staff can find the most up-to-date CLR hours by visiting our page on myCharger.