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The Deans’ Office Peer Tutoring Program is available to any student experiencing difficulty with content and material in his/her course(s).  This program is not a substitute for TA sessions, Math Workshop, Writing Workshop, or visiting your professors’ office hours.  Nor is it a source of language/conversation partnership.  If you are having difficulty understanding course content […]

Check out the Exam Taking Workshop for strategies and way to reduce stress during exams! Sunday, April 24 8-9 p.m. Fauver Res Hall Lounge

Check out the Peer Advisor Time and Stress Management Workshop for how to organize and prioritze work while keeping stress to a minimum. The workshop includes massage tips from the Peer Health Advocates! Sunday, April 17 8-9 p.m. Butterfield C Lounge

Library Help

The end of the semester is at hand! How many research papers and projects are due in the next few weeks? Have you looked through the long list of indexes and databases the library subscribes to and haven’t found enough good books, articles, and other sources to use? Did you even know the library had […]

We are excited to announce the launch of our brand new Writing Workshop Blog. The Writing Workshop Blog is a resource for student writers and students who write. Affiliated with the Writing Workshop, where students can meet one-on-one with a trained peer tutors, this blog is meant to serve as a space to discuss, promote, and […]

Check out the Exam Prep Workshop for tips about how to organize, study and practice for exams! Sunday, April 3   8-9 p.m.   Fauver Res Hall Lounge

Check out the Time Management Workshop to organize and prioritize your work and other activities in the fourth quarter! Sunday, March 27 8-9 p.m. Clark Lounge

Want a Writing Mentor? Apply Now! Do you want a Writing Mentor? Then apply now! Your Writing Mentor will provide one-on-one tutoring to help you with papers and written assignments over the course of the spring semester, whether you need advice about generating ideas, structuring your essay, grammar issues, or even time management. The brief […]

Join the Class of 2014 for an Encore Orientation Program at the beginning of the spring semester–January 19. This will be an opportunity for you to learn more about the resources you may have missed out on during your own orientation.    You can see the day’s schedule at www.wesleyan.edu/orientation at the bottom of the page.  It […]

Have you ever wondered how to get started writing a research paper or how you are supposed to find the right kind of resources that your instructor is expecting?  Does it seem to take entirely too long to find the materials you need, time you’d rather spend on all the other activities you’re involved in […]

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