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A reminder about academic resources

A reminder about academic resources

09/29/2022 

Dear students,

I want to remind you about the many resources available to assist you with your coursework should you need extra help at this point in the semester.

Please don’t be afraid to raise your hand during class or to stop by your instructor’s office hours to ask questions or get feedback on your work. Your faculty members can be an outstanding source of assistance, but it is your responsibility to make those arrangements.

Other campus resources include:

  • Advisement and Transition. New students, transfer students and non-traditional students may benefit from advice on choosing a major, registering for classes and much more.
  • Memorial Library. Faculty and staff in the library can help guide your research, check out materials and assist with your technology needs.
  • The Learning Center. Schedule in-person or online tutoring with professional or peer tutors to build successful academic behaviors.
  • The Writing Center. Make an appointment to talk with a consultant about any part of the writing process and get tips on how to be a more confident writer.

I also encourage you to get together with your classmates and talk about assignments. Study groups can be great ways to better understand material and share your insights with others.

 

 

All the best,

 

Erik J. Bitterbaum

President


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