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There's a learner inside of everyone

Our campus-wide Learning Centers will bring out the learner in you. Educational Support Program (ESP) Learning Centers are located all across the University of Memphis main, Lambuth, Collierville, and Millington campuses. Each center is staffed by ESP-certified tutors, including graduate and undergraduate students. Appointments for tutoring and/or consultation are available and vary by location; walk-ins are always welcome.

Learning Center Tutoring Schedules

Summer 2017 Schedule

* Schedule subject to change.  Please contact the ESP Office (901.678.2704 or esp@memphis.edu) for updates.

Academic Enhancement Center
207 Mitchell / 901.678.5226
Monday - Friday / 9:00 am – 5:30 pm
Tutoring for General Education courses, Spanish, History, other courses
Grade Improvement through Learning Strategies, Test Taking Skills, and Reading Comprehension Skills
Individual Consultations available by Appointment: Contact Dr. Ed Yancey, Learning Specialist, at 901.678.5226 or academicenhancementcenter@memphis.edu

Business Learning Center
256 FCB / 901.678.3912
Monday - Thursday / 9:00 am — 2:00 pm
Tutoring for Accounting and Management

English Learning Center
225 Patterson / 901.678.2059
Monday - Thursday / 10:00 am — 5:00 pm
Tutoring for any Writing and Literature, Social Work, and Psychology Research

Lambuth Campus Learning Center

Math Learning Center
143 Dunn / 901.678.2704
Monday – Friday / 8:00 am — 3:00 pm
Tutoring for all Math and Physics

Science Learning Center
217 Mitchell / 901.678.2704
Monday – Friday / 9:00 am — 2:00 pm
Tutoring for A&P, Biology, Chemistry, ESMS

Nursing Tutoring
CHB / 901.678.2704
Schedule Announced in Nursing Classes
Tutoring for Nursing courses provided by upper level Nursing students

* Schedule subject to change. Contact ESP Office (901.678.2704) for updates.

Institutional Research has determined that students who took advantage of services provided by ESP Learning Centers and/or Supplemental Instruction 6 or more times experienced a significantly higher positive impact on their grades than did students who utilized the services fewer than 6 times or did not use the services.*