Learning Assistance Center
Colorado Mountain College wants you to succeed! Are you looking for academic help with homework, projects or tutoring? The Learning Assistance Center is located in Room 325 of the Pinnacle Building and is open to all Colorado Mountain College students. Mary Martin, Annie Butler, and Dave Robinson are available for help in the lab Monday – Thursday. Whether you are working on an essay, frustrated with an impossible math problem, or looking for direction for a class project, LAC tutors are there for you.
The room has eleven computers, a scanner, printer, and eight tables for student use. Students are sometimes referred to the LAC by instructors, but can also come in on their own accord if they are interested in improving their academic performance.
Additionally, the LAC is an excellent place for students who have group projects or individual work to utilize the tables for study and/or discussion. The LAC is not only for students who are struggling. In fact, many students who come to the LAC are succeeding and taking advantage of the academic resources offered on campus.
Free tutoring is available at the Learning Assistance Center, and students are encouraged to seek help there within the following hours:
Tuesday, 10am-4pm *math and excel tutor available
Thursday, 10am-4pm *math and excel tutor available
A bit about the LAC tutors:
Mary Martin – Graduate of Eastern Illinois University BS in Education/English. Has worked at CMC since 1998. Has lived in Leadville for 37 years. Hobbies are walking, reading and jewelry making.
Annie Butler – Graduate (BS and MS) Emporia State in Kansas. Has worked at CMC for 15 years. Hobbies include painting, ceramics, snowboarding and Nordic skiing. Annie is here on Monday and Tuesdays only.
Dave Robinson – Graduate of CU, BS in Electrical Engineering. 30 years at Lockheed Martin as radio frequency/microwave engineer, testing launch vehicles and satellites. He and wife make and sell English toffee. Hobbies: leather carving, fishing, Nordic skiing.