On Wednesday, February 22, The Learning Center put on “Are You Smarter Than a Tutor?” The Last Chapter Pub was transformed into a real-life gameshow set. On stage, there were scoreboards, a spinning wheel with different categories such as business, math, and English. Two tables were set up across from each other, giving opponents a view of their competition. Many students and
The SNHU Learning Center hosted its third Late Night Write Night event on Wednesday, March 1. The Learning Center staff and tutors encouraged students to use the library as a resource. They want students to utilize the walk-in tutoring hours for a variety of subjects, such as writing, math, IT and accounting, along with all of the other programs the Learning Center offers,
Evan Bodi Melanie Friese Contributing Writers The Learning Center (TLC) would like to welcome new and returning students to campus for the 2016-2017 academic year. TLC, located on the second floor of the Shapiro Library Learning Commons, is a division of the student success team, and its mission focuses on offering University College students various tutoring services for disciplines such as business, math, and
Southern New Hampshire University’s (SNHU) Think International Fair event held more than five different tables with organizations that promote international involvement. The event was part of SNHU’s International Education Week. Some of the tables at the event were manned by organizations such as Study Abroad, Conversational English from the Learning Center, International Student Services, the Peace Corps, and SNHU’s Center for Community Engaged Learning.