Saint Louis University’s Language Resource Center serves students, instructors and teaching assistants by providing an environment for language immersion and practice.
The center provides an array of teaching tools and multimedia resources and is an integral component of the foreign language curriculum at Saint Louis University. All lower-division lab sections are scheduled in the Language Resource Center.
The center’s mission is to enrich, enhance and transform foreign language and cultural learning, teaching, and research at Saint Louis University. The center is committed to providing students and faculty with state-of-the-art technology resources and expert support.
The Language Resource Center:
The Language Resource Center consists of three computer classrooms and one central support office. All areas of the center are equipped with interactive multimedia language learning software, headsets with high-quality headphones and microphones, and an array of auxiliary media devices. In addition, the center provides:
Before registering for a course, current students at Saint Louis University can take departmental language placement exams and review their scores online. For more information about placement examinations, please visit the placement exam Google site.
For information on waiving course or program requirements through language testing, please consult our proof of proficiency examination policy.
For any other questions about placement or proficiency exams, visit the Language Resource Center or contact Dan Nickolai, Ph.D., at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Language Resource Center provides free tutoring for students taking courses through the Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures.
To meet with a tutor or see what languages tutoring is currently being offered in, you can schedule an appointment online.
Tutoring for additional languages is frequently available through the Student Success Center.