Library and Learning Resources
Building 16B, (909) 274-4411
The ACES Program provides tutoring, among other services, to ACES students. Its services focus on a holistic approach to student development and success. ACES services help students gain knowledge and skills necessary to achieve their educational goals and ultimately obtain a Bachelor's degree
Building 66, Room 243, (909) 274-3432
AMLA Tutoring is for students in all American Language (credit ESL) classes. Tutors are certified teachers of English as a Second Language.
Distance Learning means taking classes that are conducted partially or entirely off-campus “at a distance.” Students and professors communicate with each other using a variety of technologies.
Distance Learning (DL) courses have the same content and academic rigor as regular courses; the only difference is the delivery method. Students should expect to spend as much time, sometimes more depending on the subject matter, reading, writing, and studying for DL courses as they would in regular courses.
In addition, students who manage their time well, log into DL courses regularly, submit completed work on time, and meet course expectations would do well in any course, but especially in DL courses. Communicating with the professor in a timely manner when there are questions or problems is also critical to student success.
Building 6, Room 108
EOPS office (909) 274-4500
EOPS tutoring (909) 274-4690
EOPS tutoring is for students in the EOPS program, and assists students with all subjects. Tutoring is by appointment or drop-in.
Building 6, Room 264 South Entrance, Upper Level, (909) 274-4580
Language Learning Center
The Language Learning Center (LLC) offers computer, web, and other media resources for students learning English as another language (ESL and AMLA) as well as those studying sign language (ASL) and foreign languages.
Building 6, South Entrance, Lower Level,
Learning Technology Center, (909) 274-4300
The Learning Assistance Center (LAC) helps students succeed in college. The LAC offers instruction to review pre-collegiate skills in math, reading, and writing. Courses in study techniques are also available. Tutorial Services in the Learning Assistance Center provides free tutoring to all Mt. San Antonio College students on a drop-in basis, in study groups, and by appointment. Tutors assist students with course work in most subject areas and with study skills. The Learning Lab computers and audio visual materials are available to all current registered Mt. SAC students. Students can use the Learning Lab for research, word processing, multimedia assignments, online course work, and to supplement classroom instruction.
Building 6, Room 109, (909) 274-6605
LAC Tutorial Services
The LAC's Tutorial Services provides one-on-one and group tutoring in multiple subjects, including math, writing, languages, and science. Students can drop in or make an appointment to see a tutor. Tutorial Services also offers online tutoring in math and science courses.
Building 6, North Entrance, Upper Level,
Learning Technology Center, (909) 274-4260
The Library offers students, faculty, and staff a place to develop information and technology literacy, cultivate information inquiry skills, engage in quiet study, and meet to collaborate with fellow students. Students who visit the reference desk receive individualized instruction that will assist them develop their research topics, select topically relevant databases, construct effective searches, and find and evaluate their retrievals. Students that attend library workshops or enroll in a credit library course will further develop information literacy and research skills, improve their ability to evaluate and integrate a variety of materials into their papers and presentations, and learn effective search techniques.
The Library has a collection of over 90,000 print and media materials that include print books, eBooks, closed-captioned DVDs, and specialized materials such as audiobooks, adapted ESL titles, career titles, and popular titles. Students can reserve group study rooms online and can print from the library computers, their own devices, and from off campus.
Building 61 - Room 1318, (909) 274-5014
The MARC offers free tutoring to Mt. SAC students currently enrolled in MATH 50 through MATH 71. Resources for checkout include videos, calculators, textbooks and solutions manuals.
Building 61 - Room 3318, (909) 274-4224
The STEM Center offers free support services to students enrolled in science, mathematics, and engineering courses. Services include peer coaching, tutoring, faculty office hours, and counseling. Seminars and workshops on strategies for success in STEM courses, life management skills for success in STEM courses, and preparation for transfer in STEM majors are presented. The STEM Center serves as a hub for activity related to STEM courses and career.
Building 26B, Room 1551, (909) 274-6297
Speech and Sign Success Center (SSSC)
Sign Language and Speech students can access specially designed digital video recording rooms that include flat screen monitors for self guided practice and skill development. For Sign students, the center has the video relay system (VRS) with special headsets for interpreters in training, as well as finger practice software. For Speech students, the center provides video libraries of speech examples and tools to create and manage visual aids. For both subject areas, individualized tutoring services are available. Drop-in sessions are welcomed, but appointments are highly encouraged.
Building 18C, (909) 274-6118 or (909) 274-6121
The Tech Ed Resource Center offers basic math, text book reading, writing, and research methods assistance to all CTE students. Students are encouraged to drop in and work with instructors and tutors or study independently. For additional information please contact TERC at (909) 274-6121 or (909) 274-6122.
Building 61 - Room 1314, (909) 274-5389
The T-MARC offers free math tutoring to Mt. SAC students currently enrolled in MATH 100 and above. A variety of resources for in-lab and take-home use are available.
Building 26B - Room 1561A, (909) 274-5325
The Writing Center offers free services to all students. The Center provides one-on-one tutoring in writing for any course at the College. CRLA certified tutors and at least one English professor is present at all times. In addition, the Writing Center offers workshops to help students with common writing issues, such as sentence level errors, thesis statements, essay planning and organization, and beginning college research. The Center also houses a computer lab that is available for student use to work on papers, conduct library and internet research, and develop grammar and writing skills using self-directed educational software. Professional software is loaded on all the computers to allow students to create presentations. Printing (black and white or color), scanning and technical assistance is also available.
Building 45, Room 1430, (909) 274-4239
The WIN Program is a tutorial center and study hall where student-athletes have the opportunity to complete homework assignments either individually, with a group, or with the assistance of a tutor. The program is specifically designed to prepare students to transfer to a four-year university and assist them in maintaining academic eligibility.