2018-2019 Faculty Handbook

Learning Support Centers

Both the Ocala (Building 3, Room 101) and Citrus (Dorothea Jerome Building, Room 204) Learning Support Centers aid CF students, at no cost, in academic (including developmental education, if needed) and occupational (including A.S. degree and certificate) programs by offering success-oriented services.

All CF and university partner students have access to the computers in the Learning Support Centers.

Faculty are encouraged to give ideas and suggestions to the Director of E-Learning and Learning Support Centers. Input from and collaboration with faculty to provide the best possible service to students is welcome.

Computer Assistance

Staff is available to provide computer assistance to students using the Learning Support Centers.


Tutoring is available in most subject areas. Students may sign up for individual or group sessions. Core class tutors are usually available in the mornings, afternoons and evenings. A tutor schedule is located at the Learning Support Center's website.

Writing Center (Ocala Campus)

The center offers writing support to courses across the curriculum through tutoring, small group instruction and workshops. In addition, specialized software is available in this lab to enhance students’ writing skills.

Applied Academics for Adult Education Support Center

Located at the Ocala Campus in Building 13, Room 100, the APA Support Center is a service to CF’s occupational (A.S. degree and certificate programs) and pre-occupational students. APA is a noncredit program that enables students to acquire the minimum basic literacy skills required for the Test of Adult Basic Education.