Our purpose is to provide a place where students can practice reading skills, especially reading comprehension, speed, and vocabulary.
|English 080 - Improving Reading Skills||English 180 - Critical Reading|
|May be taken for 1 or 2 credits||May be taken for 1 or 2 credits|
|Is a non-graded class with non-transferrable credit||Is a graded class with transferable credits|
|Open to all students||Open to student who have taken or are currently enrolled in English 101|
Faculty may schedule times to bring their classes to the Reading Lab by completing a Class Visit Request form. Email or come to D202 to get a form.
A limited number of referrals are available for BaTS, ELI, and English students, as well as students from outside of the Arts & Humanities Division each quarter. These students can access tools and programs as guests. BC faculty and advisors can complete a Referral Form. Students or instructors can pick up the referral form in D202.
We offer workshops throughout the quarter that focus on reading strategies, writing techniques, and study skills. All are welcome to attend!
We are always looking for people to share their knowledge and talent as a tutor. We accept application all through the year, although hiring is done when we have a specific need. If you have any questions about employment, please feel free to stop by the ASC. We will be happy to walk you through the process!
Last Updated April 11, 2019