Where Falcons take flight

The Learning Resource Center (LRC) helps students brush up on all things academic with the following fundamental services:
  1. Disability Support Services
  2. Peer Tutoring
  3. Online Writing Lab
  4. Peer Academic Coaching
  5. Math Drop-in Desk
  6. Writing Center
  7. Supplemental Instruction

Contact Information

Location: Luther 200 (between the library and faculty offices)  
Hours: Monday - Friday | 8:00am to 4:30pm  
Phone: 262-243-2623

Contact Us

Our Staff

Steven Anderson

Academic Support Specialist

Steven Anderson oversees tutoring and supplementary instruction for the Learning Resource Center. He comes to Concordia University Wisconsin from Denver where he spent three years as a TRIO Scholar Advisor at Metropolitan State University of Denver. He earned his Masters of Science in Education with an emphasis in Student Affairs Administration from the University of Wisconsin La Crosse and his Bachelors of Science in Mathematics from Loras College in Dubuque, IA. Steven grew up just down the road in Germantown. He moved back to Wisconsin with his wife, Kelsey, and their son, Theo.

Kathleen Hoppa Grady

Support Services Coordinator 

Kathleen Grady is responsible for the managing the testing center. She graduated from Marquette University with both a BSN and MSN. She has worked in a variety of positions involving education, management, children and families. Kathleen married and spent 20 years in Champaign, IL raising three children before moving back to WI to be near family. Currently her son attends Bethesda College at Concordia University Wisconsin, one of her daughters attends Elmhurst College in Illinois and her youngest daughter is a junior at Homestead High School in Mequon.

Eric Adams

Writing Center Facilitator 

Eric Adams is responsible for coordinating the Writing Center and the Online Writing Lab. He teaches English 251 and supervises the LRC’s writing consultants. Eric has been a member of the Concordia University Wisconsin community for eight years as an adjunct instructor for the English Department. He is a native Wisconsinite who earned his PH.D in Creative Writing from the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee.

Nicole Guarnero

Administrative Assistant LRC

Nicole Guarnero graduated from Cardinal Stritch University with a B.S. in Business Management. She also has an Associate’s degree in Paralegal. Most of her professional career has been in the legal field. Nicole has been at CUW since January of 2016.