In-Hall Tutoring! Ace Those Finals!
by Jessalyn Carpino, from Plaid
Finals! Finals! Finals! With reading week NEXT week, studying for finals is underway!
Does your student need to figure out that last minute equation? Or perhaps he or she just doesn’t understand the new concepts taught in biology. Whatever your student’s academic struggle there is help available so he or she can ace that tough final! This help is available not only through the North and South Learning Assistant Centers and S.I. sessions but through our very own freshman connection residence halls! In these halls there are individual students to help tutor students…and the best part is IT’S FREE! And from a personal level, I go and visit my in-hall tutor all the time. Eric is fantastic! (He’s the tutor in the picture above helping students in Allen Hall on the second floor). So definitely encourage your student to get the help he or she needs! These smart tutors are here to help! Oh, and don’t forget to brush up on those study skills.
Tutoring availability for this semester: 7-10 p.m. Sunday through Wednesday. Make sure to check out the schedule and classes offered for in-hall tutoring!
Thanks For Coming!
We had an amazing turnout at our recent Parent Services reception in Phoenix, prior to the Diamondback’s game. Thank you to everyone who participated; we had an amazing time!
Is your student interested in welcoming the NAU community next fall? Then encourage your student to sign up to be a Welcome Jack, and join us as we welcome back the campus community and kick off the new school year. Welcome Jacks assist with move-in, the outdoor concert, and many of the exciting Welcome Week events! Plus, with a four hour commitment, students can move into their residence hall early. Welcome Week starts August 20. Sign up at nau.edu/welcomejacks and spread the word. For more information contact LeAnne Jones 928-523-6019 or e-mail at LeAnne.Jones@nau.edu.
Events Around Town
Award-winning documentary film
The American Southwest: Are We Running Dry?
The film will be followed by a panel discussion on “The essential components of a local and national water policy” hosted by filmmaker Jim Thebaut. Discussion participants and featured non-profits include Lena Fowler, Loris Taylor, Black Mesa Trust, Water Advisory Council, Friends of Flagstaff Trust, and many more.
Anarchist Authors of Northern Arizona
The symposium features authors Randall Amster, Luis Fernadez, Ilse Asplund, Joel Olson, and Kyle Boggs. For more information call 928-527-1731 or e-mail email@example.com.
Important Dates For Students
College of Arts and Letters
All events are free unless noted.
Films are shown at the Cline Assembly Hall at 7 p.m. unless otherwise noted.
Internships and Opportunities
The Museum of Northern Arizona has several internships and assistantships available for college students. You can get more information by visiting their employment page or by calling 928-774-5211 x222 or e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Grand Canyon Trust is looking for “volunteers who are committed to preserving the landscapes and ecosystems of the Colorado Plateau.” Volunteers can participate in on-the-ground restoration projects as well as science-based research.