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The ASC provides peer tutoring, academic advising for high-risk students, one-on-one mentoring, study skills classes (College Seminar 101), and high school to college transition programs for incoming freshmen.
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Jackson Library basics
The library provides access to a over 275,000 books and other media as well as online access to hundreds of top quality academic and scholarly journals in all subjects. Our staff of professional librarians offers individual attention for all research needs.
Some of our most helpful services are:
Reference: Librarians can help you find peer-reviewed articles, books, statistics, and all kinds of information you will need for your assignments.
Service desk: Visit the desk or call (388-8365) for questions you may have about the library and its services.
Databases: Our library hosts many databases on many subjects that you can use to search for research articles.
Books: We continually update our collection of print material for you to use.
PASCAL/ILL: our borrowing systems allow you to borrow books and articles from other libraries.
Study Rooms: You can reserve individual and group study rooms in the library.
Computer Lab: When the room is not reserved for a class, our computer room is available for individual use.
E-books: Access to thousands of electronic books.
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National Public Radio offers: News, interviews, and commentary on theater, the arts, music, and dance.