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– If you teach varsity athletes ASSA (631-5585) will ask to be informed on student progress. Academic Services for Student Athletes (ASSA)
Bookstore – Textbook orders can be made online or by contacting Bob Thompson (631-8235) firstname.lastname@example.org.
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supports community-based learning, community-based research and service learning initiatives with consultative support, awards and grants. Center for Social Concerns (CSC) The
supports language and cultural acquisition through a broad array of programs including Peer Tutoring, Summer Language Abroad, and English for Academic Purposes. Center for the Study of Languages and Cultures (CSLC) The
promotes the intellectual development of our undergraduates through scholarly engagement, research, creative endeavors, and the pursuit of fellowships.
Flatley Center for Undergraduate Scholarly Engagement (CUSE)
Computing and Online Teaching/Learning
College of Arts and Letters Teaching Resources
- a collection of materials from our "Teaching Well by Design" workshop. Course Design Resources
Information and Reports. For help interpreting your reports or utilizing them for improvement contact the Kaneb Center at 631-9146 or email@example.com. Course Instructor Feedback (CIF)
Course Packet Creation
Design, Copy & Logistic (DCL) Services Fedex Office - 18 LaFortune Student Center (631-6671)
Mendoza Faculty Support Center - 338 MCoB (631-9102)
Disability Services – Sara Bea Disability Services coordinates the process by which qualified students with disabilities can request and receive reasonable accommodations.
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serves as the college for all incoming students, regardless of their intended program. First Year Students The
exists to improve the quality of life for all graduate students at the University, both in the classroom, laboratory, and library and in everyday life. Graduate Student Union (GSU)
Museum – Snite Museum Resources for Teaching and Research
the authoritative source for all University policies. Policies –
– Consult the Registrar's Registrar Departments & Faculty Resources page or call (631-7043) for information on grade reporting,the academic calendar, classroom requests, commencement, etc.
The offers one-on-one feedback on writing projects and oral presentations. Writing Center