Welcome to the Learning Commons

Take a look around!

The Learning Commons is a welcoming place where students can meet with a tutor, study group, or instructor. The Learning Commons is equipped with state-of-the-art computer technology available for your use.

Is the Learning Commons the same as the RRCC Library?

Though we are housed in the same building area, and we often collaborate with one another, the Learning Commons is not to be confused with the Marvin Buckels (Campus) Library which is located on the second floor. Both the Learning Commons and Library are located at the east end of the Lakewood Campus. See our services below.

At a glance.

Academic Achievement
Classes and services to help you succeed at RRCC

Career Success Center
Visit the Career Success Center to learn about yourself, explore career options, and research occupational information through exploration; learn how to gain more experience through experiential learning; and tap into employment search skills through employment services.

College Prep Zone
The College Prep Zone offers tutoring for students taking college prep classes. If you are taking CCR 092, 094, or MAT 050 or 055 this is the place for you.

Connect to Success
Offers navigation and success strategies to reach academic, career, and personal goals.

Communication Lab
Located in the library in room 2261, the Communication Lab is designed to tutor students across the curriculum in all stages of oral presentations.

Computer access for all students
All the computers in the Learning Commons, PCs and Macs, are open for use to all RRCC students and staff.

ESL/Foreign Language Lab
Resources for English as a Second Language students and Foreign Language Students

International Education
Provides college preparatory English classes for international and resident students for whom English is not a primary language. Also provides academic and cultural advising for a diverse student population, and specific immigration advising for International students.

Accessibility Services
Provides advocacy, assessment, direction, learning skills, and school-to-employment transitioning for people with disabilities (including learning disabled).

Walk-in or Online Writing Center
Located in the northeast corner of the library, room 2257, the Writing Center offers strategies and resources for succeeding in any kind of writing assignment, including essays, term papers, and essay exams. Tutors are available at the Lakewood and Arvada campuses. Assignments can also be submitted online

Walk-in tutoring in math, writing, sciences, accounting, and other courses is free for Red Rocks students.