Spring 2023 Schedule
Peer Learning Sessions Begin Sunday, January 29th.
Anatomy & Physiology (DW Reynolds Rm. 326)
BIOLOGY (Bailey Library Learning Commons)
COMPUTER SCIENCE (Snoddy Ctr Computer Lab - Bailey Library)
See Snoddy Ctr Computer Lab for details
FRENCH (Multiple locations)
Tuesday 7-8 (Bailey Learning Commons)
French House Helping Hours Vary...see French House for details.
GENERAL CHEMISTRY (Bailey Library Learning Commons)
GENETICS (Bailey Library Learning Commons)
Math Help Center (Snoddy Ctr Computer Lab-Bailey Library)
(Bailey Library Learning Commons)
Tuesday 7-8 pm
Thursday 7-9 pm
PHYSICS (Bailey Library Seminar Room)
SPANISH (Bailey Library Learning Commons)
STUDY TABLES (DW Reynolds basement)*
* This is a secondary location designed mostly for self study and general study skills. Due to the limited PLA access, students seeking help in SPECIFIC subjects should visit the primary location(s) listed above*
How to get the most out of Peer Learning visits:
- Bring all relevant material to the peer learning session (e.g., textbook, lecture notes, assignments, lab books, paper drafts, past tests).
- Do the assigned reading and homework before the sessions.
- Set reasonable goals for both short- and long-term work. Write them down. Share them with your PLA and revise, if necessary.
- Have specific concepts or questions ready to discuss with the PLA.
- Ask the PLA to explain not only specific concepts but also how they study for similar courses.
- Stop the PLA if they are going too fast or telling you too much.
- Do not expect the PLA to tell you the answer or to do your work.
- Don’t be afraid to say, “I still don’t get it, let’s do it again.”
- Review the material on your own soon after the session.
- Talk with other students and consider participating in a study group.
wait until the last minute to get help for a test or assignment.
- Arrive early.
- Be patient while a PLA works with other students.
- Collaborate with other students while waiting for help
Are you interested in being a
Peer Learning Associate next year? Email Mr. Ernest Hendley in the Office of Academic Success.
For questions or concerns, please email email@example.com