Language Resource Center

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The Language Resource Center - A&S 273

The Language Resource Center (LRC) is an integral component of the Department of World Languages and Cultures.  The LRC serves as an extension of the classroom with the goal of enhancing all phases of the language learning process.  Students will find a relaxed environment in which they are encouraged to work on improving reading and listening comprehension, writing, grammar, pronunciation and speaking skills.  The LRC provides support to both students and faculty across all levels of instruction and seeks to empower students to reach proficiency in one or more languages through exposure to a myriad of enrichment activities and resources.   

Hours of Operation: Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, all drop in services are suspended.  We are offering all services virtually or by appointment. For more information email

lrc lab

Where is the Language Resource Center? 
The Language Resource Center and Language Lab are located in the Arts and Sciences Building in Rooms 271 (Language Computer Lab) and 273 (Language Resource Center - Tutoring, Film Viewing and Collaborative Areas).

What precautions are being taken in the LRC in response to Covid-19?

In response to the Covid-19 pandemic, the LRC has suspended all drop-in services and instead offers all services by appointment only.  Information on virtual tutoring and resource checkout procedures can be found in the Language Resources tab below.  Please email to make an appointment for any other needs.

Language Resources

Language Tutoring:

The World Languages and Cultures Department offers free Spanish and French language tutoring to Georgia College students.  Dedicated tutors share their passion for languages by providing assistance to students needing help with grammar, pronunciation, speaking and writing.

The Language Resource Center is OPEN virtually in Fall 2020. We will offer tutoring by appointment only through WebEx from August 24 - November 24, 2020.  

Please visit this link  to schedule language tutoring appointments through Microsoft bookings.  Appointments must be made 24 hours in advance.  Once you have booked your appointment, a language tutor will contact you via email with the link to access your virtual tutoring session on WebEx.

If you need to make changes to a scheduled session or have questions, please email

If you need assistance with WebEx please utilize the following recources:

Student WebEx Account Creation Guide (PDF)

GC Student WebEx Troubleshooting Guide (PDF)


(Available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.)

U.S. and Canada Toll-Free 1-866-229-3239

International Toll +1  408-906-1155


Interested in becoming a language tutor? Complete the application and email it to  We will contact you about volunteer opportunities.


Resource Collection:

The Language Resource Center is proud to offer hundreds of language resources to GC Students, Faculty and Staff. To access the online catalog of language resources please visit  GC students, Faculty and Staff may place holds on resources and make an appointment to pick them up in the Language Resource Center (A&S 273). First time catalog users must complete our Item Rental Contract (located at the bottom of the catalog homepage) before they are able to place resources on hold.  Once a hold has been placed on an item our staff will contact you to arrange a pickup time. All checked out items should be returned to the drop box outside of A&S 273 and will be quarantined before returning to circulation to mitigate the spread of Covid-19.

The link to the Item Rental Contract can be found here: :

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Audrey Redmond
World Languages and Cultures
Resource Center Coordinator