|Francis A. Drexel Library|
|Helpful Writing Resources|
|Learning Resource Center|
|Online Workshop Registration Spring 2012|
|The Writing Center|
|The Learning Resource Center Spring Tutoring Schedule|
The Learning Resource Center provides a variety of educational support services to all SJU students to maximize their academic success and life-long learning.
The Learning Resource Center provides tutoring for most entry level college courses and requests can be accessed online at www.sju.edu/learning or by phone at 610-660-1775. Tutors are undergraduates who have successfully completed the course. Study strategies assistance is available by appointment with the LRC Learning Specialist at 610-660-1846. This office works with learning techniques for most courses.
All writers, from beginners to professionals, need feedback from trusted readers. The Writing Center is a place where you can get that feedback. We serve student writers at any level of expertise, in any stage of the writing process. The Center is staffed primarily by Writing Fellows, undergraduates who have been trained as peer tutors, and who have a keen interest in both writing and tutoring. Writing Center services are free of charge. The Writing Center has moved and is now located in 162 Merion Hall, on the Maguire Campus. It is open during the following hours:
- Mondays and Wednesdays from 4pm to 8pm
- Tuesdays and Thursdays from 11:30am to 8pm
- Friday from 11:30am to 2pm
**Additional Satellite Location: Monday-Thursday 4-6pm in Drexel Library (1st floor, behind information desk). Click here to view poster.
For more information, contact Dr. Jenny Spinner at 610-660-3272 or via e-mail: email@example.com
Visit us on the web: http://www.sju.edu/academics/cas/english/writingcenter/index.html
Located in 157 Mandeville Hall, Campbell Library is a special information center that supports Food Marketing students and faculty and provides assistance to visitors from the food industry.
Fully supported by the Academy of Food Marketing, the Library contains a wealth of up-to-date information, including trade publications, market research reports, and databases that specialize in information on all aspects of the food industry.
Computers, laptop connections, black & white and color printers are available, along with group study space. Wireless computers can be used here.
The mission of the Francis A. Drexel Library is to promote lifelong learning, academic integrity and the best possible student and faculty scholarship. The Library seeks to provide convenient access for its users to relevant, high quality information sources and collections. In collaboration with faculty, the Library supports and enhances curricular programs and offers instruction in the skilled use and understanding of information. The Library strives to create environments conducive to quiet study, purposeful research and thoughtful exchange of ideas.
Any student with a disability that limits one or more major life activity (such as seeing, hearing, walking, talking, learning, caring for one's self, breathing, or working), has a record of such impairment, or is regarded as having such an impairment, may be eligible for reasonable accommodations.
In order to receive services, students must provide documentation to the Office of Services for Students with Disabilities. Documentation should be within the last three years and conducted by a qualified professional. While some students come to college without anticipating any need for services, it is suggested to become registered with the office in the event that support services or reasonable academic adjustments are needed.
Director of Services for Students with Disabilities
113 Science Center
Saint Joseph's University
Philadelphia, PA 19131
Looking for an Editor?
Temple's Writing Center serves as a clearinghouse for people at Temple and elsewhere who are looking for editors. They maintain a listserv of interested editors, most of whom are graduate students or Ph.D.s who are looking for extra work. Click this link to the service, and learn more information on how to hire an editor: http://www.temple.edu/writingctr/Editing/index.htm
For general writing (parts of speech, introduction, body, conclusion, etc.) and specific assignment questions, visit http://www.psu.edu/dept/cew/writingcenter/UWC/writingFAQ.htm.
For grammar, punctuation, spelling, and other exercises, visit http://owl.english.purdue.edu/exercises.
For help with writing stronger essays, visit http://www.fas.harvard.edu/~wricntr/resources.html.
For grammar, English as a second or foreign language, and style assistance, visit http://www.writingcenter.uconn.edu/s_grammar.php.
For everything you need to know on group projects and collaborative efforts, visit http://www.writingcenter.uconn.edu/collabwriting.php.
Walk-in Tutoring Schedule
|Accounting 101 & 102
11:00AM-1:00PM and 6:00-8:00PM
|Chemistry (General & Organic)
|DSS (Bussiness Statistics & Analytics)||6:00-8:00PM||6:00-8:00PM||2:00-4:00PM|
|Economics 101 & 102
Intro to Finance (FIN 200)
|MATH: Calculus, all levels
|MATH: Intro to Statistics (MAT 118)
|MATH: Whole Truth About Whole Numbers (MAT 130)||1:00-3:00PM
|Physics * Tutoring in 303SC||11:00AM-1:00PM||3:30-5:30PM||11:00AM-1:00PM||3:30-5:30PM
|SI (Suplemental Instruction)||
Check www.sju.edu/learning for SI in Accounting, Biology, Chemistry, History and Math.
Courses may be added and hours are subject to change.
Check out the Tutoring Services link at www.sju.edu/learning, or
call the LRC at 610.660.1775 for additional information.