The SMWC Math Center

At the Learning Resource Center (LRC), students discover exceptional, personalized learning resource services to encourage student success. Whether your educational experience is on campus or online, you’ll find personalized instructional support to help you reach your goals.

Who uses the Learning Resource Center?

The Learning Resource Center is here for any student with a desire to improve their grades. The LRC offers help with a range of academic support services including study skills, writing, math, time management and more. The LRC offers a variety of seating configurations to provide a comfortable atmosphere for individual study and group work. We are located in the north wing of the Rooney Center on the second floor during normal library hours.

Writing Assistance Hours

Writing Tutoring is happening by appointment only. Appointments can be either in person or virtual and may be made 24 hours in advance. Schedule an appointment

Students may also email assignments to for email feedback.

Academic Support Team

The Academic Support Team is a one-on-one partnership between designated, experienced faculty and staff members and individual students in need of additional academic support. Such students include those who want to take advantage of additional assistance, those deemed at-risk or those with probationary status. In addition, Woods Online students receive academic assistance through the Virtual Academic Support Team (VAST). Experienced faculty and staff members mentor the students to help them reach their academic goals. Contact Learning Resource Director, Christy Gunderson.

Writing Center

The Writing Center provides writing assistance during our open tutoring hours. Students are encouraged to schedule an appointment in advance, but drop-ins are welcome as time permits.


The Learning Resource Center offers individualized and group tutoring by appointment for many campus classes. Woods Online students receive assistance with online tutoring for many online classes.

College Success Courses

LC 112 and 113 enhance academic success and life skills through the development and reinforcement of essential strategies in studying, test taking, written and oral communication, time management and more. The strategies and skills learned in LC 112 and 113 will be transferrable and applicable to all future courses at SMWC and will allow students to gain confidence in their ability to be successful at SMWC and beyond. By placement only.

Testing Opportunities

The Learning Resource Center offers CLEP (College-Level Examination Program).

Students with Disabilities

Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College is committed to providing reasonable and appropriate accommodations to students with documented disabilities in order to afford them an equal opportunity to participate in College programs, courses and activities.