Learning Emporium

##Announcements - Check back regularly. Tutor schedules will change over the course of the semester. *Updated - September 1, 2014* ####The Learning Emporium will be open during normal hours tomorrow, December 12, 2014. ###The Learning Emporium will close at 12:00 on Friday, December 19, 2014. *Updated - December 11, 2014*
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Bilger Addition, Room 209
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Tutor's Schedules:
Tutored Courses:

ICS - limited hours

BIOL 171

ICS 111

BIOL 172

ICS 141

BIOL 265

ICS 211

BIOL 275

ICS 311

BIOL 375

BIOL 402

CHEM 131

CHEM 161

CHEM 162

MATH 100

CHEM 272

MATH 135

CHEM 273

MATH 140

MATH 161

MATH 203

PHYS 100

MATH 215

PHYS 151

MATH 216

PHYS 152

MATH 241

PHYS 170

MATH 242

PHYS 272

MATH 243

PHYS 274

MATH 251 A

MATH 252 A

MATH 253 - limited hours

The College of Natural Sciences Learning Emporium is a one-stop resource center for introductory study in the fields of mathematics, chemistry, biology, and physics. We encourage students to study and/or complete their class assignments in the Emporium, where assistance is readily available when needed. The emporium is staffed by undergraduate and graduate tutors and volunteer faculty. As a student, you can join our community of learners and engage in conversations to strengthen your knowledge and understanding of the material covered in the courses.

Student's Comments
December 2011 Anonymous Survey
The Learning Emporium provided a good environment for studying, less formal than libraries but with academic context imposed, and with peer and tutor support.
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“Awesome test prep!”

“The tutors were willing to help and super helpful. I liked that I could ask them specific questions and they could explain in detail concepts/questions that i had. I really appreciated their help!”

“Excellent place to study. Great lighting. Comfy chairs. Made use of white boards. Thank you! Better than the library.”

“Provided a good environment for studying, less formal than libraries but with academic context imposed, and with peer and tutor support.”

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“Confirming topics covered in class that were a bit unclear as well as how to solve problems associated with it.”

“Help practicing problems and help understanding what mistakes I was making.”

“People studying the same subject matter.”

“Help in all natural science courses.”

“I liked learning the different ways students would learn the concepts.”

“Assistance with challenging homework assignments and test prep.”

“Gain strategies and to get help on homework.”

“A place to study, especially if in groups.”

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