Here at the Ally Center, your academic success is our focus. We come alongside you on your journey by providing free personalized academic attention. Whether you are looking to finish a paper or needing extra help on an assignment, the Ally Center is your place to excel academically!
AMS is a resource available to all traditional undergraduate LBC students. Peer tutors and professional personnel provide you with individualized attention to help you be successful in the college classroom. We assist students with reviewing course material for tests, planning projects, organizing weekly “to-do” lists, and more!
If you are looking to take the next step academically, you can participate in mentor-led study groups, sign up for weekly one-on-one mentoring appointments, or request content specific tutoring appointments as needed.
The Math Lab is available to any student enrolled in a traditional undergraduate math class at LBC. Dedicated math professors hold regular lab hours in person at our Lancaster campus to help students complete math assignments in a small group setting. If you need additional help, you may also request individualized math tutoring sessions through AMS.
The Writing Center provides assistance to all undergraduate (including Accelerated) and seminary/graduate students at any stage of the writing process. Peer tutors and professional writing tutors are here as a resource for you, to help with brainstorming, organizing, outlining, grammar, mechanics, MLA and APA formats, editing, and proofing. Even if you would just like to talk through a tricky assignment, or refine your rough draft, our tutors are eager to help you in your writing process.
In compliance with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 as well as the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA) and its amendments, our DSO provides reasonable accommodations for students with disabilities to ensure access to all programs, facilities, and activities of the college. Accommodations are made on an individual, case-by-case basis. Incoming students with disabilities must: 1) submit their documentation to our office, and 2) promptly schedule an intake interview upon acceptance so that accommodations can be arranged before the start of the semester for which they plan to enroll.