psychological testing, and research. Located in Murphy Hall, Room 109. Phone: (336) 334-Speech Program SPCH 250 Common SyllabusNorth Carolina Agricultural and Technical State UniversityRev August, 2014
9SPCH 250 Common Syllabus 7727.Academic Resources International ProgramsThis resource assists with study abroad and student exchange programs, cross-cultural workshops, lectures and events. In addition, International Programs assists with hosting international visitors, agreements with overseas institutions, and activities through various cultural and educational activities throughout the year to create a campus-wide global perspective. Located at 1601 E. Market Street, New Academic Classroom Building, Room 213. Phone: (336) 334-7104. E-mail: [email protected]Center for Academic Excellence: Tutoring in Math & Science; Mentoring; AdvisingCAE is a full service learning support unit, that works cooperatively with each school and college to ensure students’ academic success. Free tutoring is offered in Math, Science, Business, Accounting, Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics, and Spanish.CAE also quality academic advising and mentoring in an intellectual setting to facilitate major choice, career direction and academic advancement. Located inAcademic Classroom Building, Room 322. Phone: (336) 334-7855. E-mail: [email protected]Tutoring in English Grammar and WritingThe University Writing Center in GCB 309 is a space where writers and readers meet. Free tutoring services in writing are available to all students from all programs. Offered by the University Writing Center, located on the third floor of the General Classroom Building, a staff of professional teachers and graduate assistants are ready to help you improve your academic performance. UWC stresses a collaborative model that acknowledges the student’s individual linguistic and cultural backgrounds while emphasizing appropriate dictions and styles for particular modes of writing. Located in the General Classroom Building, Room 309. Phone: (336) 334-7764. E-mail: [email protected]Student Support Services Program (You must meet eligibility requirements for this program.)The Student Support Services Program is a federally funded program that provides opportunities for academic development, assists students with basic college requirements, and services to motivate students toward the successful completion of their post-secondary education. Located in Murphy Hall, Room 212. Phone: (336) 334-7982.Technology Support Aggie Tech Support (ATS) ATSis responsible for desktop computing support and related software programs for the university. Support is provided in the academic labs, residential labs and administrative offices. Located in Bluford Library, Room 24 (lower level). Phone: (336) 334-7195.