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Library Information
Ozuna Library and Learning Center
Cir (210) 486-3555
Ref (210) 486-3557
Library Hours (Maymester–May 16–June 2)
Mon–Thurs: 8am–6pm
Friday: 8am–5pm
Sat–Sun: Closed
Computer Lab

Tutoring Services

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INRW Learning Center

The INRW (Integrated Reading and Writing) Learning Center is a computer lab and tutoring center designed specifically for students in developmental English courses (INRW 0305, INRW 0420, ENGL 1301 Plus).

Maymester 2016 Hours of Operation

Monday—Thursday: 8 a.m.–5 p.m.

Friday: closed

Our Services

  • 26 computers for use on INRW coursework and essay composition
  • One-on-One tutoring
  • Weekly review sessions (see schedule)
  • ESL focused assistance
  • Helpful handouts and resources
  • Strategies for becoming a better reader and writer
  • Space to collaborate with classmates and complete coursework

Note to INRW 0420 students: Students enrolled in INRW 0420 have a 50 min weekly lab requirement. If you are a student in INRW 0420 and have questions about the specifics of your lab requirement or anything else, refer to your syllabus and our policies page. If your question is not answered, call us at the number listed on the right or just come by our lab to speak with one of our friendly staff members.

INRW LibGuide

Our INRW LibGuide is a one-stop destination for improving your English reading, writing, and speaking. We grouped together a variety of multimedia resources (videos, apps, databases, helpful websites, and book listings) into one convenient, user-friendly guide that has something for students of every learning style.

Our Staff:

Hunter Bates

Hunter earned his BA in English at Texas State University San Marcos, but he got his academic start at Austin Community College. Professionally, he has tutored writing to student-athletes at The University of Texas at Austin, high-school students for the nonprofit Austin Bat Cave, and ESL and nontraditional students at Texas State University Round Rock Campus. Hunter is an avid sports fan—Spurs #1!—and regularly contributes sports articles to local online magazine The Rivard Report.

Mario Leal

Mario received his MFA at the University of Texas-Pan American. He is fluent in Spanish and has translated, edited, and directed bilingual news segments while working for Spanish-language media company Entravision. A talented creative writer, Mario has written and presented work as a poet and playwright.


Contact Information

Academic Program Specialist:
Hunter Bates

Nueces Hall (NH) 114


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