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Student Resources

CS101 Learning Center

If you need assistance or a place to work, you may join the CS101 Learning Center via Zoom or visit its Morgantown location in Armstrong Hall. A schedule of hours is available.

Learning Center staff will help answer your questions. They will not do your work for you. You must make a reasonable attempt at completing your work before asking for assistance. You may be refused assistance if the staff believes you are misusing the Learning Center. Staff generally do not provide assistance on MyLab Lessons or MyLab Extra Credit Projects.

The CS101 Learning Center gets very busy near assignment due dates. Please come early in the week if you require assistance. Otherwise, you may have to wait for help.

Student Services

Commonly used WVU student services include:

Technical Support

Please see our Technical Support page information on available assistance.


Accessibility Accommodations

If you are a person with a disability and anticipate needing any type of accommodation in order to participate in this class, please advise your instructor and make appropriate arrangements with the Office of Accessibility Services at (304) 293‑6700. For more information on West Virginia University's Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion initiatives, please see the Division of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion website.

If you are authorized for and wish to receive accommodations for an exam, you must notify your instructor at least one week in advance to receive them. Any exams that are administered in the CS101 Learning Center due to accessibility accommodations must be taken during the same calendar week (Monday-Friday) as the regular exam date. Students are responsible for allowing themselves sufficient time to complete the exam prior to the scheduled closing time.

Technology Accessibility

The CS101 website and course-developed materials are design to comply with the WVU Accessibility for Online Course Content guidelines and WebAIM's web content accessibility guidelines.

CS101 uses third-party tools. Their accessibility statements are available below: