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Stephanie Daniels

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Transcript of Services

Subject Specific Tutoring
Key audience: Current Xavier students who have signed up for a tutor.

Free subject specific tutoring by appointment with trained peer tutors.
Emphasis is placed not only on course material but also on the development of study skills.
Assist student to become independent and successful learners.
Study Skills Assistance
Key audience: Xavier students who want to improve their study skills.

Free Study Skills assistance is available on an individual (similar to tutoring) or group basis.
Workshops are available for
time management
reading strategies
note taking skills
learning styles
Supplemental Instruction (SI)
Key audience: Xavier students in designated science courses.

Trained SI leaders attend the class they support and regularly facilitate structured study sessions that integrate "how to learn" with "what to learn."
SI sessions target traditionally difficult courses, courses with high rates of Ds, Fs, or Withdraws.
All students are encouraged to attend sessions and attendance is voluntary.
Courses that have SI include:
Anatomy & Physiology: Allied Health
Anatomy & Physiology: Social Sciences
General Biology
General Chemistry
Organic Chemistry
Study Groups/Drop-In Tutoring
Key audience: Xavier students in specific courses.

Trained peer tutors are available for an hour in a designated location to facilitate study sessions in a particular subject.
Available for
College Physics
Music Theory
Sometimes additional courses, based on demand
No appointment necessary; students do not need to sign up for this service.
Website: www.xu.edu/lac
Key audience: Any User of the World Wide Web

Provides information on our services.
Forms to request tutoring
Current SI and Drop-in tutoring schedule
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Tutoring Services
Subject Specific Tutoring
Study Groups/Drop-in Tutoring
Study Skills Assistance
Supplemental Instruction (SI)
Goa Program
Thank you for viewing this presentation on services. There will be questions on the final quiz that relate to this information.

Goa, Xavier's First-Year Journey Program, gets its name from the city named Goa in India where St. Francis Xavier traveled to experience new opportunities, new cultures, and new customs. Xavier students come from all over the country and world with different backgrounds, traditions, and experiences. Through GOA, you meet new people, develop new skills, and create your own, individual plan for life.

GOA (CORE 101 in the fall and CORE 102 in the spring) is a zero-credit course that meets six times each semester and is required for graduation. In GOA small groups of first-year students engage in discussion and hands-on activities. GOA instructors help students address two important questions:

Who am I in this new environment?
What do I want to accomplish at Xavier?
Goa Program
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