Study Jam

 
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ARE YOU COMING TO THE STUDY JAM?!?!?

 

What's the Study Jam you ask?  It's April 27th!  That's the Monday afternoon of reading days and Q&SC tutors will be available to help with finals studying from 1-5pm. We have reserved the 4 rooms in Kaufman for chemistry (112/212), biology (110/230), and physics (111,112,121), and will provide snacks, laid back music, PRIZES, and an all around good time.

 

Bring a friend, bring your books, bring your brain.

 

 

Free Peer-Tutoring 

Our first initiative is to improve learning outcomes by building problem solving skills and quantitative skills in F&M students through peer -to-peer help. To do this, we offer three options. 

Weekly Tutoring Appointments

Students meet weekly with a tutor, individually or in small groups,  to ask questions and receive help in any trouble areas.

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Supplemental Instruction

Peer group leaders attend class and run voluntary work-sessions where all students can improve study skills and content mastery.  

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Drop-In Tutoring

Students can attend drop-in sessions in biology, chemistry, and physics.

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Location


The Quantitative & Science Center is located in Martin Library in the room behind the circulation desk. Even though our drop-in hours are Sunday-Thursday from 7-10PM, you can feel free to use Q&SC as a study space anytime Martin Library is open. The Center has textbooks for a variety of chemistry and biology courses, as well as a computer and smartboard.  We also provide coffee free of charge to students utilizing the Center. 

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Q&SC Tutors

Tutors are students who have been recommended and approved by the departments in which they tutor. Tutors have already taken the designated classes for which they are tutoring and have a firm understanding of the material and problems that may arise for students currently enrolled in the courses. Like those seeking tutoring, peer tutors are students and understand the time, commitment, and skills necessary to succeed in a course. Every tutor is trained in tutoring techniques and prepared to help answer any questions students might have. 

Just as students are required to sign a contract when utilizing Q&SC, our tutors sign a contract agreeing to stay up-to-date on content and tutoring techniques, to maintain communication with Q&SC staff and tutees, and to preserve confidentiality of tutoring sessions.

 

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Information for Parents

FERPA

Under the Family Educational Rights Privacy Act, the Quantitative & Science Center cannot release any student academic information to parents. This includes academic information from outside the Center, from professors, and from tutoring sessions.   

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Tutoring from the Quantitative & Science Center is free of charge to any student currently enrolled at Franklin & Marshall College. Because of the high volume of students and the need for tutoring in introductory courses, tutoring is primarily available for introductory biology, chemistry, and physics courses. To assist the Center's goal, please encourage your son or daughter to

  • use the center as a resource

  • attend and prepare for scheduled tutoring sessions

  • attend class regularly

  • utilize office hours with his/her professor to ask questions and receive help. 


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