The Language Learning Center
The Language Learning Center is dedicated to enhancing the quality of the language learning and teaching at the University of Scranton. The LLC supports the mission of the University to educate women and men for others through its training programs and outreach activities. In addition, the Language Learning Center serves the promotion of justice through its extensive community service such as translating documents, visiting local schools, and providing free language and ESL tutoring to community members.
Location and Hours of Operation
Location: O'Hara Hall 306
Monday - Thursday: 9 A.M. - 10 P.M.
Friday: 9 A.M. - 3 P.M.
Sunday: 6 P.M. - 9 P.M.
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Services Available at the Language Learning Center
The Language Learning Center offers the following services to all University students, staff, and faculty:
The Language Learning Center Computer Lab: The LLC computer lab, located at O'Hara 306, is available for independent study, group work, or tutoring to all university students during normal semester hours. All computers are equipped with language keyboards in all languages offered at the university.
Language Tutoring: Tutors are available in Spanish, French, German, Japanese, Chinese, Arabic and English for drop-in tutoring or weekly tutoring. To apply for weekly tutoring or for a schedule of tutor availability, contact Hannah Jackson at firstname.lastname@example.org or fill out the application here.
English Conversation Partners: Non-native English speakers can partner with Language Center tutors to improve their English skills in weekly conversation practice. Want to meet with a conversation partner? Contact Hannah Jackson at email@example.com or click here.
Weekly Conversation Hours: During the regular semester, weekly conversation hours are available in many of the languages taught at the University of Scranton to provide extra practice for speaking and listening skills. No registration is required. Conversation hours may be offered virtually or in person.
Language Placement Tests: If you are planning to enroll in a language course and have previous experience in that language, you are required to take a placement test to determine the course you should take. Tests are available in Spanish, French, Italian, German, and Chinese. Placement tests are available online by contacting Hannah Jackson at firstname.lastname@example.org
Cultural Events: Throughout each semester, the LLC hosts various cultural events featuring the Fulbright Language Teaching Assistants hosted by the department. Information on upcoming events can be found on the department social media pages.
Tutor Positions: If you are an advanced or fluent speaker of one of the world languages offered at the University of Scranton, you may be qualified to work as a tutor at the Language Learning Center. Please contact Hannah Jackson at email@example.com to apply.
English as a Second Language Tutoring: Tutoring in English is availabe to members of the community who are looking to improve their English proficiency. This tutoring is free of charge and focuses on developing conversational languages. To arrange for English tutoring, please contact Hannah Jackson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Local School Events: The LLC collaborates with language teachers at local schools to arrange for visits to the University of Scranton or school campuses for cultural events and other educational opportunities. Visits can be arranged by contacting Hannah Jackson
Director, Language Learning Center
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