Partner Resources

Athletic Academic Center (AAC) Student-Athletes Only

The Charlotte 49ers Athletic Academic Center (AAC) assists all varsity athletes in achieving academic and personal success.  The AAC provides support services that are designed to meet the needs of student-athletes and to ensure student-athlete compliance with the National Collegiate Athletic Association, Atlantic 10 Conference, and university regulations.

The AAC provides the following services to athletes:

  • Tutorial programs

  • Life skills programs

  • Information in sports psychology and nutrition

  • The sports performance team

Atkins Library Instruction

The purpose of library instruction is to enhance learning and integrate information literacy into the curriculum. Teaching librarians help students learn to search, read, think, and contribute in an engaged and iterative research process.

In addition to meeting with students to teach information literacy and research skills, our instruction services include:

  • Online, web-based tools targeted to your particular discipline or course

  • Collaboration with instructors to design research assignments and class activities that make the best use of library resources to ensure student success

  • Faculty workshops to provide ideas for instructors to incorporate research skills throughout a course

Center for Graduate Life and Learning

A part of the Graduate School at UNC Charlotte, the Center for Graduate Life & Learning is a friendly, welcoming place where graduate students and postdoctoral fellows come to polish professional and personal skills, find a quiet spot for study, connect with others, or just relax. It is located in Atkins 149 (across the hall from the Career Center).

College of Computing and Informatics (CCI) Undergraduate Tutoring Center

CCI Undergraduate Tutoring Services offers no-cost peer tutoring sessions, study skills coaching, and academic support to all CCI undergraduate students.  

We strive to: 

  • Offer excellent tutoring resources to all undergraduate students who request our service.

  • Promote student independence, active learning, and motivation.

  • Seek opportunities to increase student awareness and usage of tutoring service.

Language Resource Center (LRC)

The Language Resource Center is available to all UNC Charlotte students but in particular to students from the Department of Languages and Culture Studies and the English Language Training Institute.

The Center is designed with several spaces to accommodate a variety of needs including:

  • viewing foreign films and online videos for course requirements,

  • listening to audio materials,

  • developing language skills with language learning computer software, and

  • clarifying understanding with free, walk-in tutoring for Spanish Hybrid Students and drop-in or appointment tutoring via Tutortrac for other languages 

Math Learning Center (MLC)

There are two free tutoring services provided by Charlotte, one by the Mathematics Learning Center (MLC) and one by University Center for Academic Excellence.

The Mathematics Learning Center (MLC) provides tutoring for MATH1100, MATH1103, MATH1120, MATH1241, MATH1242, MATH2164, MATH2171, STAT1220, and STAT1222. Students from other math/stat classes should see your instructors during their office hours for help.

Physics Resource Center (PRC)

Physics Resource Center, located in the Burson building, Room 135A is a student-centered supplemental instruction facility. In the PRC, both online and traditional physics students may study and do their homework in groups in a comfortable academic atmosphere. 

A limited number of desktops are available for email and accessing online assignments.  

Writing Resource Center (WRC)

The WRC is here to help you at any stage of the writing process for any subject (whether academic or personal). Our tutors can help you understand an assignment sheet, brainstorm, or even begin drafting an outline. If you’ve started writing but haven’t completed your first draft, we can give you feedback on direction and incorporating additional content. If you’ve already finished writing, we can give you some tips for revising or proofreading. Our goal is to help teach you to identify and understand the strengths and weaknesses of your writing, help you find answers, and help you learn how to research, write, revise, and proofread on your own. We want you to become a better writer by learning how to improve the quality of your writing overall, not just to improve the quality of one specific paper.

We offer three types of tutoring at the WRC. Click on any of the following hyperlinks for more information:

All UNC Charlotte students are encouraged to use the WRC for writing assistance, regardless of class level distinction or experience. Not a student? Not a problem! Any UNC Charlotte faculty or staff can also receive writing assistance from the WRC. All you need is a UNC Charlotte email address to register.

To schedule an appointment now, visit our Schedule an Appointment page.