Please Note: important changes at the Learning Center

There are three important changes that we would like to make the campus community aware of regarding the Learning Center.

  • Director Jennifer Loggins will be on maternity leave from mid-November through late January. Professor Sheena Young Weghorn will be acting as the Interim Disability Services Provider (DSP) and will review documentation of disability submitted by students in order to prepare official letters of reasonable accommodation during this time. Students should send all documentation of disability or inquiries regarding accommodations to ude.uanerb@retnecgninrael, which will be checked regularly by Professor Weghorn.
  • Crystal Strickland Ball is currently transitioning to a new position in the Office of the Registrar as the coordinator of undergraduate operations. Students will now schedule all Learning Center testing and tutoring appointments using the convenient online forms available at
    When requested by Learning Center staff, professors will send tests or online testing directions to ude.uanerb@stsetretnecgninrael rather than to Crystal Ball’s email address. Our test proctors are Lisa Christopher and Wilda Covault. They will reach out to faculty as needed using that address. Please add this email address to your contacts.
  • We are no longer able to provide CLEP test proctoring due to increased IT system requirements, which the CLEP program has recently changed. Brenau University still accepts CLEP test scores, but students will need to find another test center (such as UNG or UGA) by visiting

Thank you for your cooperation during this time of transition! Please call 770.534.6133 if you have any questions or concerns.

OPEN: Professional Science Tutor Position (Part-Time)

Gloria Clark, a sophomore legal studies and conflict resolution major, works on Spanish with her tutor Amy Hernandez at the Learning Center. (AJ Reynolds/Brenau University)

The Learning Center is currently looking to hire a tutor to assist students with chemistry, physics and biology courses at the Gainesville campus.

The tutor may also provide some Zoom tutoring sessions virtually for regional campus/online students. This position is part-time, as needed—no more than 19 hours per week. Tutors provide their own schedule availability.

Many of our tutors are adjunct or retired professors. Bachelor’s degree required, Master’s degree preferred. Teaching/tutoring experience required.

Please apply online and feel free to refer colleagues: