The Teaching and Learning Center (TLC) is a place for students to get academic support in numerous areas: academic writing, creative writing, mathematics, statistics, and computer skills. More information on our tutoring services can be found via the links below. Students can also use the TLC space to study privately or in a group. Private study rooms can be reserved.

Please click here to meet our writing and math tutors.


Students can bring anything from a draft to a finished paper, kick-start ideas, organize a paper, or grapple with grammar. Click here to learn more about writing support services.


We provide support that makes math accessible and even enjoyable. Questions about statistics, mathematics, or computers are addressed with a comprehensive, step-by-step approach. Click here to learn more about math support services.


Tutoring services are available to all current AULA students, at no charge. Some students may be required to see a tutor by a faculty instructor or by their academic advisor.  Students also may be required to meet with tutors based on the outcomes of their writing assessment.

All tutoring sessions are held in person or over the phone. Students can meet with tutors for 45-minute sessions twice a week.

Current students can click here to make an appointment. If you do not yet have an account, you will need to create one in order to log in. If you would like assistance using the system, please call the Library at (310) 578-1080 ext. 333.

If something comes up and you are unable to attend a scheduled appointment, please cancel. Two no-shows will result in a loss of tutoring privileges for the remainder of the quarter.


In collaboration with the Library, the Teaching and Learning Center offers workshops throughout the fall, winter and spring. Workshops focus on a variety of topics: writing,  library research, computer and information technology, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, how-to write stellar resumes and cover letters, prepare for an interview, et cetera. Please note that workshop suggestions are welcomed. Workshops are taught by faculty and professionals. Most workshops are held in the Library.