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Academic Success Center

Takoma Park/Silver Spring Campus
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Spring 2023: To continue to provide safe and accessible support, the Learning Centers will offer both virtual and in-person tutoring and support services. Check each center’s website for hours and availability. Email the Learning Centers for assistance.

Montgomery College’s Resource Center at the Takoma Park/Silver Spring campus is undergoing a major renovation. During this time, the Takoma Park/Silver Spring Writing, Reading, and Language Center (WRLC) will relocate to the Academic Success Center (ASC), located at Commons 110. Tutoring services for the ASC and the WRLC, computer lab access, and food pantry access can all be found at this location. We look forward to working with you!

Accudemia is the new scheduling system for MC learning centers. Each center will be piloting a different part of Accudemia this semester. While some centers will be just using it behind-the-scenes and continue to use WCONLINE for all appointments, some centers (like the Germantown Writing, Reading, and Language Center) will be piloting it for all in-person and virtual appointments. We are looking forward to your feedback regarding this new system, so if you run into any issues or simply want to share your opinion, please let us know.

Spring Hours of Operation

Spring Hours (January 23 - May 14, 2023)
We will provide limited virtual tutoring beginning Tuesday, January 3, 2023, with full virtual and in-person services starting Monday, January 23, 2023.

Virtual Services

Monday through Thursday: 9 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Friday: 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Saturday: 9 a.m - 1 p.m.
Sunday: 1 p.m. - 4 p.m.
On-Campus Services 

Monday through Thursday: 9 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Friday: 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.

March 17-19: Spring break; College closed

The Academic Success Center (ASC) is a resource center for students taking courses in humanities, social sciences, and world languages. The Center also provides resources for economics, education, and mental health courses. The resources available for these disciplines include interactive software, a textbook library, a video library, internet access, Microsoft Office suite, and much more. Computer stations in the ASC offer Microsoft Office for work on papers and assignments relating to humanities and social sciences subjects. Students may use the software as long as it is educationally related to a humanities or social sciences subject.

Center Entrance

New Location: Commons, Room 110 (campus map and directions)
Phone: 240-567-3888


Tutoring Schedule

We offer in-person tutoring at the ASC for economics, history, psychology, political science, and sociology, as well as general research methodology. Check the tutoring schedule or ask the student aide at the front desk for availability. They will either begin a tutoring session immediately or schedule a time with you for a tutoring session. Please be specific, so the tutor can be better prepared for the sessions. Download Tutoring Schedule (PDF, Get Adobe Acrobat PDF Reader - Link opens in new window) .

We also offer virtual tutoring to students on all three campuses. Students will be able to talk with faculty and peer tutors regardless of their physical locations.

Spring 2023 Workshop Schedules (PDF, Get Adobe Acrobat PDF Reader - Link opens in new window)

Unless noted otherwise, all workshops will be live streamed via Zoom:
For more information, please email: Workshops made possible by the Writing, Reading, & Language Centers, Academic Success Center, Counseling, Digital Learning Centers, and MC Library.

  • Students need to sign in at the front desk with their MC ID when entering the lab as well as sign out before leaving the center.
  • No food or drinks are allowed.
  • Software cannot be taken out of the center and students must check with the front desk if they can check out any textbooks or videos. To check out a text or video, the student must have their ID.  Upon receipt of this resource, you will provide the student assistant on duty with your ID, which will remain in the center's custody until the resource is returned. Resources from the front desk cannot be taken out of the center. Textbooks from the back of the center can be checked out for off-campus use.
  • Students must sign-in prior to using resources.
  • The internet is limited to research.
  • Chat programs cannot be used.
  • Students must remain quiet in the center.
  • Cell phones cannot be used in the center.
  • Professors' documents or PowerPoint slides cannot be printed or copied.
  • The center is limited to humanities, social sciences, and world languages use only.
  • Failure to follow the rules will result in the student being asked to leave. 

Some professors offer extra credit to students for logging in hours at the Academic Success Center. If students would like to earn extra credit at the center, they must acquire an extra credit slip from the student assistant prior to using the center. Extra credit slips will be destroyed if students are researching areas that are not specific to their course. In some cases, students can only use resources that have been identified by their professor. Extra credit slips will also be destroyed if students leave the center while earning hours. 

Professors that offer extra credit at the ASC varies by semester to semester. For a list of extra credit opportunities for the current semester, see the Online Learning Center. Then go to the discipline's Study Material section. For instance, if you would like to know which Psychology courses are offering extra credit assignments, go to the Psychology Study Material section.


Virtual Tutoring
Virtual Tutoring
In-person Tutoring
In-person Tutoring
Review Session
Review Session
Textbooks & Videos
Textbooks & Videos
Food Pantry
Food Pantry

Online Learning Center

Our online learning center offers online learning resources and study materials (textbook and video collections, extra credit assignments, chapter slides, and syllabi) for the Humanities, Social Sciences, and World Languages disciplines below. 

Our Social Justice Promise:

Montgomery College learning centers are committed to equity and anti-racism in policy and practice. We strive to be welcoming and affirming spaces. We believe Black lives matter and stand with our DACA and Dreamer students. We seek to ensure equal access for students with disabilities and provide a brave space for the LGBTQ+ community. We promote a growth mindset and commit to meeting students where they are.