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About Learning Support

Our Mission

Weber State Learning Support empowers students and develops leaders. We cultivate academic growth and a sense of belonging through peer-to-peer academic support led by highly trained student employees. We empower students of all backgrounds, identities, and abilities to solidify their educational foundation, recognize their potential, and develop transferable skills. Additionally, we build relationships with university departments/divisions to foster a collaborative approach to student support.

Goals & Three-Year Vision

Learning Support will be a leader in enhancing the success of all students through peer-to-peer academic support, high-quality training for student employees, and innovative collaborations with other departments/divisions.
(As of 2024)

Strengthen academic performance and student persistence

Increase student utilization of our services

Foster cross-campus collaboration

Hire qualified tutors/peer educators to meet the demand for difficult courses

Provide high-quality training to student employees

Establish an assessment plan for Learning Support

Learning Support Staff

Dr. Kristin Millard

Director, Learning Support

Mackenzie Glover

Learning Assistant, Supplemental Instruction Coordinator

Claire Hughes

Writing Center Coordinator

Shanelle Redding

Administrative Specialist

Sarah Taylor

Learning Specialist

Linda Wilson-Hill

Davis Learning Center Coordinator

Linda Wilson-Hill

As Davis Tutoring & Writing Center’s Coordinator, Linda Wilson-Hill hopes all students who come for help feel welcomed and supported. Linda began her professional career as a middle and high school English teacher. After 12 years in K-12 instruction, she transitioned to higher education, where she spent the next 18 years teaching English and composition at Green River College, the College of Western Idaho, and BYU-Idaho.

Linda earned a Master's in Education from Lesley University and a Bachelor of Arts in English teaching from Brigham Young University. She enjoys watercolor painting, crocheting, reading, and spending time with her family and her three rambunctious dogs.

Jonathan Zempter

Math Tutoring Center Coordinator