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    • 68 PLC, 541-346-3226
      http://tlc.uoregon.edu
    • University Teaching and Learning Center
      Students discover these programs and services once on campus
      Students are accepted into these programs upon UO admission.
      TRiO –
      for eligible students
    • Topics include speed reading, testtaking,
      critical thinking, time management, and more.
      Courses provide elective credit toward degree.
      Short courses (3 weeks long) and late start
      courses allow greater flexibility.
      Courses
    • Weekly drop-in sessions
      with TLC instructors to work
      on study skills and statistics
      Schedule individual
      appointments with
      TLC instructors
      Individual Conferences
    • Math and writing labs—free, drop-in help Mon – Fri, 9am-4pm in 72 PLC
      Small-group ($125/term) and
      private tutoring ($9 - $13/hour) for lower-division math, foreign languageand science courses
      Tutoring
    • GRE, GMAT, MCAT and
      LSAT preparation workshops
      provide high-quality, low-cost
      alternative to commercial programs.
      Standardized Exam Preparation
    • Courses, conferences, tutoring, and standardized exam preparation are available to all UO students!
    • Two grant-funded programs
      for eligible undergraduates
      Student Support Services
      McNair Scholars Program
      TRiO
    • Eligibility
      First-generation college student
      Low-income background
      Documented disability
      Academic need
      Committed to graduating fromthe University of Oregon
      Student Support Services
      Comprehensive Support
      through to graduation
      Academic advising
      Tutoring and faculty support
      Registration privileges
      Funding opportunities
      Study area with
      computers and printer
    • Learn more or download an application at
      http://tlc.uoregon.edu/sss
      Student Support Services
    • Eligibility
      Junior or senior
      Motivated to earn a Ph.D.
      Competitive GPA
      US citizen/permanent resident
      Low-income/first-generation college student or member of an under-represented ethnic group
      McNair Scholars Program
      Benefits
      Scholarships
      Summer research stipends
      Summer housing allowance
      Travel to graduate schools
      Travel to conferences
      Focused courses
      Faculty mentor connection
    • Learn more or download an application at
      http://tlc.uoregon.edu/mcnair
      McNair Scholars Program
    • TLC: click, call, or visit
      If you are a strong student, you may find ways to make your studies more efficient.
      If you are a struggling student, you may be just one or two study skills away from success.
      http://tlc.uoregon.edu
      541-346-3226, 68 PLC