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SLLC March 2018 Newsletter: Home

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Patron of the Month!


Keith Robertson is our Patron of the Month!

Keith is an Information Technology major from Brooklyn, NY. Keith appreciates many things about the library, including the how much space there is, the lights and windows, and the couches for a relaxing study session. He also likes having the option to be in a quiet study area or an area that allows more talking for exchanging ideas. He comes to the library with the goal to have all major work done by Wednesday so he can relax for the weekend. He uses all resources in the library to be successful, like the Tutoring Center, and likes that it is the place that he can find help for anything.


SLLC Spring Break Hours:

Friday, March 9 - closing at 5:00pm
Saturday-Sunday, March 10-11 - CLOSED
Monday, March 12-Friday, March 16 - 8:00am-4:00pm
Saturday, March 17 - CLOSED
Sunday, March 18 - Open 10:00am-2:00am (resume regular hours)

The Tutoring Center will be closed from Sunday, March 12th through Saturday, March 18th.  We will resume regular hours on Sunday, March 19th

Tutoring Center Feedback Survey

The Tutoring Center wants to know what you think! Please take a moment to click on the link below and fill out a short survey about your experience at the SLLC Tutoring Center.

Add to our Collection

Do you have a suggestion for a book or other resource that should be added to SLLC's collection?  
Use the Request for Library Acquisition Form to send your suggestions to our librarians!

March Poll

What are your best studying habits for midterms?
Note review in silence: 19 votes (50%)
Study group in the library: 14 votes (36.84%)
Flashcards quizzes with friends: 4 votes (10.53%)
I don't have midterms, just essay!: 1 votes (2.63%)
Total Votes: 38