As new Bobcats set foot on Texas State’s campus and attend their freshman year classes, the large student population can be intimidating.
With classes in teaching theaters filled to capacity, one might assume getting one-on-one assistance for more challenging subjects is difficult. However, the Student Learning Assistance Center, otherwise known as SLAC, provides the personalized help students often need.
The center offers a variety of academic support programs including a walk-in tutoring lab, supplemental instruction and other online resources.
SLAC is funded by the student service fee, which means Bobcats have already paid for it in their tuition. Use of the center is free of any additional costs.