About the Connors Family Learning Center
The Connors Family Learning Center exists to support and enhance all aspects of academic excellence by helping undergraduates, graduate students, and faculty improve learning quality and teaching effectiveness. The Center, which opened its doors in September 1991, is located on the second floor of O'Neill Library in the Eileen M. and John M. Connors, Jr. Learning Center. Being located in O’Neill Library, allows the Connors Family Learning Center to maintain an important role in the academic life of the University. The Connors Family Learning Center is a comprehensive, inclusive resource serving all of the University's students and faculty.
To address the needs of the great majority of Boston College students, the Center provides free tutoring in more than 60 courses including Writing and English as a Second Language. Tutors at the Connors Family Learning Center are undergraduate and graduate students in high academic standing and have been recommended to the CFLC by their professors. The Connors Family Learning Center is CRLA (College Reading and Learning Association) certified.
In addition, two of the Center's professional staff members assist students with learning disabilities, helping to ensure their academic success at Boston College. Tutoring and other academic support services are all free of charge to Boston College students and instructors. Through these and other activities, The Connors Family Learning Center plays an increasingly important role in enhancing the quality of academic life at Boston College.