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Visit the Seminole LSC and Win!

SPC Programs & Events

by Kathy Bryson

The Seminole Learning Support Commons is rolling out three new initiatives this fall to help students succeed in all of their classes.

First, every time you ask a question in the month of October, you can enter your name into a drawing for fabulous prizes. Defeat your Math Monsters and Grammar Ghouls with the help of the Learning Support Commons at Seminole! If you don’t have a question, the tutors will be happy to provide you with one. The drawing will be held at the Seminole Halloween event on October 30.

tutoringSecond, the Seminole tutors have a wide variety of workshops scheduled for October and November:

  • Tuesdays – Writing workshops on Tuesdays cover all the steps of putting together the perfect paper.
  • Wednesdays – Speech workshops discuss how to create and make presentations.
  • Thursdays – Grammar workshops cover all those pesky problems that can keep your paper from getting an A.
  • Fridays – Math workshops help you ace those exams.

See the Workshop Calendar for time and place!

tweetingFinally, if you can’t get to the Seminole Learning Support Commons, you can tweet your question. The writing tutors are on Twitter as SeminoleWrites during regular office hours. They’ll be happy to tweet sentence rewrites, online writing resources, and other quick fixes. Tutor Ashley says, “There’s no problem, APA or MLA, that we can’t handle.”

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