September 2012


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Gene Ferrick <[log in to unmask]>
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Thu, 6 Sep 2012 16:31:06 -0400
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All undergraduate students are welcome and encouraged to take advantage of the following FREE academic support services. Students do not have to live on campus to utilize these valuable resources. Go to the links below for further information.

Study Support for Students  On campus and Off campus students -Fall 2012

Math Success  - The Department of Resident Life been offering this free, drop-in, peer tutoring program to students since 1997.  We moved its base of operations from Easton Hall to Oakland Hall when the building opened last year and participation blossomed.  In 2011-12, we had 6,414 visits to the program, more than doubling the visits from the previous year (3,194). The student math coaches that we hire and supervise assist their peers having difficulties, particularly focused on MATH 140, 141, and 220.  Students and staff can see more about the Math Success program at
Guided Study Session - In collaboration with the Learning Assistance Services unit in the Counseling Center Resident Life offers Guided Study Sessions in the Denton Community (Elkton, Denton, Easton) residence halls.  The Guided Study Sessions are free, regularly scheduled study sessions for traditionally difficult courses such as BSCI 105, BSCI 106, BSCI 207, CHEM 131, CHEM 231, and ASTR 100.  More than 2,500 visits to these study sessions occurred in Denton Community residence halls last year and more than 9,000 visits occurred in Guided Study Sessions across campus.  Students and staff can see more about the Guided Study Sessions offered around the campus at