Unformatted text preview: ake advantage of their services which include course‐content based tutoring, enhanced study and time management skills, more effective critical thinking strategies, decision making and problem‐solving abilities, and campus resource referrals. In addition to offering small group, individual, and drop‐in tutoring for a number of undergraduate courses, consultation with mentors is available on a drop‐in or by appointment basis. Workshops are offered on a wide variety of topics including preparing for the Writing Skills Test (WST), improving your learning and memory, alleviating procrastination, surviving your first semester at SJSU, and other related topics. A computer lab and study space are also available for student use in Room 600 of Student Services Center (SSC). Peer Connections is located in three locations: SSC, Room 600 (10th Street Garage on the corner of 10th and San Fernando Street), at the 1st floor entrance of Clark Hall, and in the Living Learning Center (LLC) in Campus Village Housing Building B. Visit Peer Connections website at http://peerconnections.sjsu.edu for more information. POLS108 Political Participation Fall 2013 Page 7 of 13 SJSU Writing Center The SJSU Writing Center is located in Clark Hall, Suite 126. All Writing Spets have gone through a rigorous hiring process, and they are well trained to assist all students at all levels within all disciplines to become better writers. In addition to one‐on‐one tutoring services, the Writing Center also offers workshops every semester on a variety of writing topics. To make an appointment or to refer to the numerous online resources offered through the Writing Center, visit the Writing Center website at http://www.sjsu.edu/writingcenter. For additional resources and updated information, follow the Writing Center on Twitter and become a fan of the SJSU Writing Center on Facebook. ACCESS: Academic Counseling Center for Excellence in the Social Sciences All Colle...
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