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Teaching & Learning Center (Building 3600)
Hours: Mon.–Thur. 8 a.m.–7 p.m.; Fri. 8 a.m.-4 p.m.
Services: One-on-one and workshops. Help in writing, reading, research papers, grammar/punctuation, organizing essays, outlining.
Contact: (650) 949-7444; Email

STEM Success Center (Room 4213)
Hours: See STEM Success Center Website
Services: One-on-one and workshops. Help in math, biology, physics, engineering, chemistry, programming.
Contact: (650) 949-7042; Email

Pass the Torch (Buildling 3600)
Hours: Mon–Thur: 8:00 a–5:00 p; Fri. 8:00 a–12 noon
Services: Student mentor/peer matching that supports at-risk and underrepresented students. Includes instructor/counselor guidance.
Contact: (650) 949-7689; (650) 949-7358 Email

EOPS (Room 8202)
Hours: Mon–Thur: 9:00 a–5:30p; Fri. 9:00a–3:00p
Services: Individualized tutoring; over and above support programs & services for financially needy and educ. disadvantaged students.
Contact: (650) 949-7207; Email

The Teaching & Learning Center (TLC)

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The Teaching and Learning Center (located in Building 3600) supports Foothill College students in ANY class. Students who need help can come to the TLC to meet with a Faculty Tutor for 20-minute one-to-one sessions. Learn more.

STEM Success Center (formerly PSME Center)

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The STEM Success Center (located in 4213 behind the Library) is an inviting and comfortable place for students to study and get help with mathematics, physics, chemistry, computer science, engineering and biology.
Learn more.

Pass the Torch

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Pass The Torch (located in 3600) respects each student's individuality. Our students come from a wide variety of economic, ethnic and cultural backgrounds. Students work together in teams to strive for the highest possible grade for each individual member. Learn more.

Extended Opportunity Program & Services (EOPS)

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The EOPS mission is to establish "over and above" support services and programs for financially needy and educationally disadvantaged students by creating an environment which values each individual's potential to achieve their goals, educational careers and objectives. Learn more.

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