Campus Learning CenterHibbs Hall, 1st Floor 827-8108The University College Campus Learning Center offers a variety of community learning opportunities to support your work in most 100 and200 level courses. You can receive one-on-one or group based learning support at no charge. Study skills assistance is also available. Check out the CLC website for complete information.
VCU LibrariesCabell Library Research & Instructional Services for UNIV 111 and UNIV 112Focused Inquiry GuidesVCU Libraries are one of the largest research libraries in Virginia – withnearly two million volumes; almost 24,000 journal and other serial titles; more than 3.18 million microforms; film, video, sound, comic, manuscript and book art collections; and the largest health sciences library in Virginia. James Branch Cabell Library is the university’s center for study and research in the arts, humanities, social sciences, andphysical sciences. Academic AdvisingHibbs Hall, 1st Floor827-8648 (UNIV)The University College provides academic advising for all first-year students and for those who are not yet admitted into a professional school or academic program. Your advisor can help you find your way around the university, especially in helping you understand academic requirements and policies, choosing an appropriate program of study, and identifying educational and career goals.The Writing CenterAcademic Learning Commons, 4thFloor, Room 4203 828-4851 The University College Writing Center offers support for currently enrolled VCU students and faculty. Services for students include one-on-one consultations and workshops on a wide variety of topics associated with academic writing, reading, and critical thinking. As you work on your writing assignments, you will benefit the most if you plan multiple visits to the Writing Center – for brainstorming and planning, for developing and organizing, and then for revising.Students are now able to schedule appointments online. They can do this via UCMe, or they can also click "Advising Appointments" in the VCU portal.English Language Resources@ the Writing CenterAcademic Learning Commons, 4thFloor, Room 4203828-4851English Language Resources @ the Writing Center provides specializedsupport to English Language Learners at VCU. This service encourages success by helping students develop their vocabulary and reading comprehension, fluency in composition, oral communication, and understanding of American academic rhetorical expectations. Stop by the Writing Center or call to ask for an ELR consultation!Course Schedule The detailed schedule for each unit will be posted to Bb Course Documents. There is a folder for each unit. In thefolder, you will find the schedule and other materials such as readings that are not in the textbook, detaileddescriptions of major assignments, etc.Daily assignments are listed on the Unit Schedule. I will also post the daily assignments to Bb Assignments. Payclose attention to the instructions for submitting assignments.