The Teaching and Learning Center
Department of Education
The Teaching and Learning Center (TLC) on the Levelland campus assists students in developing the skills, strategies and knowledge to perform as confident, independent and active learners, prepared for a lifetime of learning. Housed on the third floor of the library building, the TLC provides academic support services to all South Plains College students and professional development activities to all employees. Services provided include peer tutoring, study skills assessment with individual learning plans and advisement, learning strategy instruction, and independent study. With its motto, "Working for You," the Learning Center typifies the South Plains College commitment to improving each student's life.
We provide academic services and support to help students succeed in college. This includes:
- Reading Courses
- Learning Frameworks courses (EDUC 1100 and 1300)
- Education Courses/Associate of Arts in Teaching Degree (EDUC 1301, 2301)
- Tutoring Services
- Special Topic Workshops
- One-on-one Academic Counseling in study skills and academic strategies
We also provide advisement and instruction for students who are interested in careers in teaching.
For more information contact:
Gail Malone, Ph.D.
Learn more about the Education Program at South Plains College.