The first two weeks went by quickly. The work load is picking up and projects, tests and midterms are rapidly approaching. Below are some study resources on campus that you can use to prepare for your upcoming tests.
The Learning Center/Peer Mentors
Utilize The Learning Center in 402 Beatty to get help with test preparation, writing, connect with a peer mentor, or learn more about ongoing study groups. Make an appointment by calling or stopping by their offices. If you are just looking for tables to use as study or group meeting space, you can drop in anytime during the office hours. http://www.wit.edu/academics/resource/
Facilitated Study Groups
Facilitated Study Groups (FSGs )are organized by the Center for Community & Learning Partnerships. Come enhance your classroom experience with Wentworth Professors and upperclassmen teaching fellows. FSGs are a great way to get help in class and better interact with the material you’re learning! Come in for extra help or if you want new problems to challenge you.
Fall 2011 FSG schedule:
Tuesdays-Circuit Theory II 4-6 p.m. in Wentworth Hall 312 with Professor Joe Santacroce. Wednesday-Physical Science 4-7 p.m. in DOBBS 302 with Professor Greg Sirokman. Thursdays-Math 3:30-6:30 in Wentworth Hall 312 with Professor Doug Urban. Fridays-Computer Science 3-5 in Wentworth Hall 314 with Professor Durga Suresh.
Places to Study on Campus
- Empty classrooms
- Tent on the quad
- Commuter Study Space, every Wednesday in Watson Auditorium (11am-2pm)
- The Learning Center, Beatty 402
- Intercultural Center, located in the Beatty 418 office suite.
- Cafeteria during off peak hours can be quiet and is easily accessible.