El Centro offers bilingual tutoring and mentoring for students interested in multilingual and multicultural community building and scholarship. Tutoring is offered in a variety of languages including Spanish, German, Japanese, etc. Additionally, El Centro also offers tutoring in subject areas such as social work, public health, sciences, anthropology, sociology, etc.
El Centro provides a space to apply the skills learned in language and culture classes in real-world settings through volunteering or service-learning community engagement.
El Centro also offers mentoring services where students meet once a week with a peer mentor. Each students is assigned a mentor based on major, academic, or personal needs. Within each mentoring session, students can receive help with navigating college, class adivising, schedule building, networking, interview skills, e-mail best practices, applications, essays, resumes, cover letters, scholarships, etc.
El Centro offers four (4) group study rooms, a basement level, and a decompression room. Additionally, El Centro also houses a “Pequeña Biblioteca Latinx” (Small Latinx Library) on the first floor of the building. This space is used as a group study room; however, students are welcome to check-out Spanish books from the small library for leisure reading.
All events scheduled through El Centro are held in the basement.
Group Study Rooms:
- Room 116/118
- Room 120
- Room 123 (“Pequeña Biblioteca Latinx”)
- Room 220
- Room 219 (Decompression Room)