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Colby Bonner10/6/19Campus Resources Scenarios1. It is the 4th week of classes and things are really starting to pick up. You are feelingrelatively confident about your performance in most of your classes, but it seems thatyour CHEM 106 class is beginning to move at a pace you are uncomfortable with. Youare struggling and want to get help with this material before your grade in Chemistrybegins to suffer; where are some places you can go to get help?Center For Academic Excellence Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-6 p.m.Location: Suite 322, Academic Classroom BuildingPhone: (336)334-7855Fax: (336)334-7010Email: [email protected]2. The first few weeks of living at NCA&T have been great and everything that comesalong with making the move to Aggie Land has begun to settle in. Recently, though,you’ve started to experience some anxiety about balancing your classes and social life.In addition to being overwhelmed about how things are going here at NCA&T, you startto not feel like yourself and just want to sleep all the time. Who should you talk to?Counseling ServicesYou may contact Counseling Services at 336-334-7727 or stop by our office in Murphy Hall, Suite 109.3. College seemed like a good idea, that is until you got here. You don't know manypeople; all your friends from high school and your boyfriend/girlfriend go to othercolleges and universities not nearby. You express feelings of homesickness to your