We encourage all instructors to include in their syllabi a statement about the student support resources available at the Harte Center. Below are three options, ranging from short and sweet to less short and still sweet.

Option 1:
The Harte Center for Teaching and Learning (Leyburn Library, 1st Level) is designed to support students at all stages of their learning, from the first year to senior year, and engage all topics in all fields. For more information about various tutoring programs, the Writing Center, and other academic support, visit the Harte Center website. And if you’re looking for space to collaborate or to study on your own, just come on in–the doors of the Harte Center are always open!

Option 2:
The Harte Center for Teaching and Learning (Leyburn Library, 1st Level) is pleased to offer a range of high-quality academic resources to the student community. Academic Coaching, Peer Tutoring, and other services are available to support your academic growth and development. The Harte Center’s resources are not only for students who are struggling but for those who would like to enhance their studying and learning to maximize their success in college.
To explore the range of resources available, please visit the Harte Center’s website.

Option 3:
The Harte Center for Teaching and Learning (Leyburn Library, 1st Level) is pleased to offer a range of high-quality academic resources to the student community. Whether you are experiencing challenges with your studying and learning or just want to perform better in college, academic coaching can help. Students benefit from academic coaching in many areas, including study strategies, time management, note-taking, and exam preparation. In addition, peer tutors are available to support you with the academic content of your courses. Upper-division students are available to tutor in most lower-level courses at the University, free of charge. To explore these and other academic resources, please visit the Harte Center’s website.

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