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August/September 2018 Newsletter: Home

Welcome! The Southworth Library Learning Commons welcomes back new and returning students.
SLLC Hours: Sunday: 8 am - 2 am, Monday-Thursday: 7:30 am - 2 am, Friday: 7:30 am - midnight,  Saturday: 8 am - midnight
We know textbooks are expensive! To help with your costs, the Library-Provost program provides many current textbooks, which can be used free in the library.
Did you know you can check out iPads, laptops, and chargers?  Borrow one to use in the library today!
We also have: DVD's, board games, eBooks, audio books, white boards and markers, calculators, cameras, headphones, A&P Models
Have a great semester!  We are here for you.  Please let us know how we can help.

Back to School Poll

What are you looking forward to most this semester?
Meeting New Friends: 7 votes (15.22%)
Campus Food: 2 votes (4.35%)
Visiting the Newly Renovated Library: 4 votes (8.7%)
Getting Involved in Campus Clubs: 6 votes (13.04%)
Being One Step Closer to Finishing College: 27 votes (58.7%)
Total Votes: 46


Click on the link below to see if SLLC has the textbook that you need for class this semester:



Textbooks are located behind the circulation desk.  Please ask a staff member at the desk if you need help!

Career Services

Career Services provides our students and alumni with assistance in seeking and obtaining employment.  We help with resumes, cover letters and interviewing skills.  If you plan on furthering your education, we will help you with the next steps toward transferring of grad school. 

Jobs 4 Roos

  • Create an account to find work-study jobs, campus jobs and summer, full-time, part-time and internship postings from employers
  • Find and Register for upcoming Career Events


 Resume sessions to create, update or edit your resume to use for employment applications.

A great way to get your resume updated before any of the Career Fairs!               

REGISTER for one of these sessions in Jobs 4 Roos!

  • Saturday, September 15, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m., The Ready Center, Miller Campus Center Room 224
  • Wednesday, September 19, 7 – 9 p.m., Library Think Tank Room
  • Tuesday, October 2, 11 a.m. – 1 p.m., Cook Hall Room 100
  • Wednesday, October 10, 7 – 9 p.m., Library Think Tank Room

Virtual Career Fair – Thursday, September 27, 2018

  • Register to attend this career fair – available at your convenience between 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.
  • When you register, you’ll be able to see the list of employers attending

Fall 2018 Job and Internship Fair – Tuesday, October 16, 2018

  • The Fall Career Fair is a great way to find summer jobs and internships in your career path, as well as full-time positions!
  • Register to attend in Jobs 4 Roos – and see the list of employers attending

Coming Soon…..Students will be able to make their own appointment on the Career Services webpage!


Come to the library for voter registration!  The mid-term elections are November 6.  If you'd like to be able to vote by absentee ballot, go to .

For our online students, go to to register for vote.  


Book of the Month!


Did you know you can access all SUNY Canton yearbooks dating between 1911 and 2016? Go to see them!  

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Online Tutoring:

Online tutoring is available to all SUNY Canton students. This FREE service is made possible through membership with  STAR-NY. Students can work 1:1 with tutors through White Board Sunday-Thursday from 7 p.m.-midnight. No sign ups or appointments are required. A variety of subjects are available. For a list of available topics and nightly schedule, please visit our website and click on Online Tutoring.

On-Campus Tutoring:

The Tutoring Center is a FREE walk-in service for all SUNY Canton students. No appointments or prior sign-ups are required and we encourage you to drop in whenever you need assistance. Specific tutoring includes:

Math/Science Center

Writing Center

Business/Accounting Lab

Late Night Learning Lab (featuring a variety of course offerings)

Engineering Lab (located in Nevaldine North 127)

Hours are posted in the Center or you can visit our website at: for more information. If you do not find what you are looking for, please ask!

In addition to tutors, we offer all kinds of educational resources including:


Anatomical Models

Graphing Calculators

Building kits

Faculty Reserves

Practice Sheets and Handouts

Microscopes and slides

And much, much more!

Log-in Computer Available on Saturdays

Attention all students looking to log in academic recovery hours. A log-in computer will be available in the library on Saturdays from 8 AM to midnight to allow students to log in study hours. Please note, however, that although the log-in computer will be available, tutoring and tutoring resources will not be accessible on Saturdays. Please refer to the Tutoring Center’s schedule for days and times tutoring is available:   



GrammarlyGrammarly is a web-based grammar-checking tool designed to help students develop sentence-level writing skills, prevent plagiarism, and reinforce revision habits. Click the logo above for more info!