Spring 2014 Classes Begin
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Canned Food Competition Returns for Annual MLK Day of Learning
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With a commitment to academic excellence, we work with Academic Success to coordinate weekly study tables providing students quiet study space and tutoring assistance from peer tutors. Additionally, we co-sponsor seminars and workshops on note taking, test preparation, time and task management and other classroom and study skills.
The Multicultural Affairs Office promotes and develops culturally diverse programs that bring students together to talk about contemporary issues from diverse perspectives. We encourage you to participate actively in civic engagement on issues of diversity and inclusion. Students are welcome to share their expressions of identity and cultural awareness at programs such as: Native American Pow-wow, Seder Dinner, Pre-Kwanzaa celebration, Celebrate Diversity Cookout, National Coming Out Day and the annual Sande/Poro Graduation ceremony and dinner.
A culturally diverse study break, FitZone! follows our regular study tables. Instructors in Zumba and modern and African dance help students relax, stay in shape and be part of a diverse, supportive community of learners committed to finding a healthy balance between studying and physical fitness
A weekly program designed to spur critical-thinking skills, increase awareness about local and global issues, foster an environment for a more informed and engaged citizenry, stimulate class discussion and debate, initiate a habit of lifelong learning, and create a connection between classroom concepts and real-world experiences.
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