Monday, April 24, 2017

Need a little extra help? Head over to the Essential College Skills collection!

Need a little help understanding that nasty math problem?
Not doing so well in your physics class?
Perhaps those terrible run-on sentences are getting the best of you? 

If you're struggling in any of your classes, there is help for you somewhere on campus! The Essential College Skills collection is located upstairs in the library, near the group study rooms. Look for the pink labels on the side of the books! There you will find all kinds of books like the ones shown above, books to help you better understand the topic. There are many grammar books, and lots on math too, with written explanations and plenty of practice exercises. 

Check one out today! 

And don't forget...

There are other places on campus where you can get in-person help too!

    There are tutors available to help in the Tutoring and Resource Center (located upstairs in the library). There you can drop in and sit down with a tutor to get help on subjects such as Accounting, BTAC, Chemistry, Economics, Anthropology & more! Here's a link to their website where you can find hours and download the tutoring schedule: 
 There are tutors available to help in the Writing Center (located in RLC). There you can get help from writing tutors during 30 minute sessions. It's a great place to sit and get some writing done, knowing that there's help close by. Here's a link to their website where you can find hours and a list of services they offer: 
Finally, if math just isn't your thing, make sure you stop by the Math Learning Center. Tutors, who love math and are pretty good at it too, can sit down with you and help you better understand what you're missing. Here's a link to their website where you can find hours and other resources they provide: 

If you're not sure where to start, or have general questions about how to be a better, more successful student, we welcome you to stop by the library's reference desk and chat with a librarian! Good luck studying! 

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