Q: Is there any charge for students to use the Learning Lab?
A: No, the lab services are free to all MGCCC students.
Q: Do I have to have an appointment to use the Learning Lab?
A: Students desiring to receive assistance with writing should make an appointment 24 hours in advance. Other services require no appointment.
Q: May I bring my children to the Learning Lab?
A: Following College policy, the Learning Lab does not allow children. Please, as a courtesy to other lab patrons, make arrangements for your children whenever you need lab services.
Q: Am I allowed to check out materials overnight from the Learning Lab?
A: Lab materials are used in our facility. Many of the materials are video programs or software programs for which the lab owns only one copy. If an instructor places his / her materials on reserve in the lab and wishes for students to check them out, then of course that would be allowed.
Q: Am I allowed to receive tutorial assistance by telephone?
A: In most instances, tutoring over the telephone is very difficult, if not impossible.
Q: How do I know what hours the Learning Lab instructors work?
A: Hours are posted on this website, as well as in the Lab and around campus.
Q: How do students find out about workshops?
A: Flyers publishing dates and times are posted in the Learning Lab as well as around campus. Additionally, notices are posted on the website.
Q: Is the Learning Lab a quiet area for study?
A: The Learning Lab maintains a relatively quiet atmosphere, although it is not totally quiet because of instructional sessions in progress, students’ requests for materials and directions, and utilization of materials.
Q: Are computers available in the Learning Lab?
A: Computers provide students online access and also software for completion of classroom assignments.
Q: Is computer assistance available in the Learning Lab?
A: Limited assistance is available; however, for technical assistance students should visit the college’s computer lab in M 104.
Q: Are services provided for persons with physical limitations?
A: For the visually impaired, the lab provides a V-Tech reader, and a computer with both an enlarged keyboard and monitor. Additionally, a workstation with a touch-screen monitor is available.