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On the Gloucester Campus, East College Drive will be closed on Monday, February 26, through the end of May due to road construction.

All traffic must use the other entrances to the College. Employees will be able to access F-lot by driving through E-lot. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause & look forward to a safer traffic pattern once construction is complete. Click HERE for a map.

Students in the Academic Support Center

Tutoring at Gloucester

Additional Resources

General ​​Webtools
  •​: a web-based brainstorming tool for just about everything.
  • Google Keep​: a web-based Chrome Extension and free app for android and Apple that allows you to save clips from webpages and make notes for future use. Also good for to-do lists with reminders.
  • Evernote​: ​​a webtool and app that works a lot like Google Keep. It's meant to help you organize your information and ideas for any project. 

  • ​Quizlet:​ a webtool and app that allows you to create study tools you can use anytime anywhere.

  • ​Habitica​: an app that allows you to turn your life into a game. Earn points for your daily tasks, and get rewards (in-game and IRL). Gamify your life!
  • Chegg Prep: create and review trustworthy flashcards that are easily accessible and can be used anytime anywhere. 

  • College GPA Calculator: Use this webtool to input​ your grades and credits earned, and it'll calculate your GPA. ​
Time Management
  • ​This webpage​ will help you determine your priorities for the week.   ​​
Fighting Distraction
  • ​​ StayFocusd​ is a Google Chrome extension that will help you increase your productivity while working on your computer.  
  • ​Kahn Academy​: This free website and app will let you practice your math skills, monitoring your progress. 
  • ​Math World offers a ton of examples and explanations about many math topics. ​​
Learning Languages

​Duolingo​ makes learning another language fun and easy.                      

Improving Memory and Concentration
  • ​​Lumosity​ for apple features cognitive games to challenge your brain and develop your memory and concentration.
Transitioning to College
Learning Style​​s​
Tips for College ​Success
Self Discovery
Learning Resources
Study Skills