Here are our top resources and recommendations for furthering your success in your Modern Language courses!
We highly encourage you to connect with your professor and attend office hours first! Professor office hours are often posted on the front of the syllabus, and they can serve as a great entry point to discussing how you are doing in the class and how to make productive changes in the way you study moving forward. Also, check out the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures at www.luc.edu/modernlang.
2. Group Tutoring
We offer group tutoring for the following languages in fall and spring:
All language tutoring is held in the Language Learning Resource Center (LLRC), which is located in Crown, room 208.
|Language||Drop-in Tutoring Hours|
|Arabic||Mondays @ 4:30p-5:30p; Wednesdays @ 3p-4p|
|Chinese||Tuesdays & Thursdays @ 5p-6p|
|French||Mondays & Wednesdays @ 3:45p-4:45p|
|German||Thursdays @ 4p-6p|
|Italian||Tuesdays @ 4p-5p; Fridays @ 3:30p-4:30p|
|Japanese||Wednesdays @ 1:30p-2:30p; Thursdays @ 1p-2p|
|Polish||Wednesdays @ 3:45p-5:45p|
|Spanish||Thursdays @ 3p-5p|
Want priority? Times don't work?
Make an appointment! Follow the directions below:
- Login to TutorTrac
- Use your LUC username/password to login
- Click “Search Availability”
- Select CENTER as “Language Tutoring”
- Select SECTION as your course
- Select REASON as “Group Tutoring”
- Then click “SEARCH”
- Select the date/time of the appointment and you are good to go!
3. Language Coaching
Meet with a Language Coach, who is a Loyoa student fluent in your desired world language, to improve conversation skills and gain cultural konweldge! You must be enrolled in a language course to see a coach. Appointments are max 25-minutes once per week. Walk-ins are welcome but it is preferred you make an appointment first. For more information visit, www.luc.edu/llrc.
Language Coaching is held in the Language Learning Resource Center (LLRC), which is located in Crown, room 208.
4. Language Learning Resource Center (LLRC)
We recommend you visit the Language Learning Resource Center (LLRC) located in Crown, room 208 and study! They have a variety of resources including digital audio and video files, print resources, software, peer tutoring, and language coaching!
5. Success Coaching
Want to further develop your time management, reading comprehension, test taking strategies, and overall study skills? Meet one-on-one with a Success Coach, who are training graduate students that can help take your academic success to the next level! You can talk about experiences inside and out of the classroom, identify areas of strength and growth, and create a customized, realistic plan for success. Make an appointment here.