East Campus Fall Learning Support Fair Begins on September 17th

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The 2013 Learning Support Fair will kick off on Tuesday, September 17 and will continue through Friday, September 19. The Learning Support Fair is a fun and interactive event for students and showcases the various departments that comprise the East Campus Learning Support Division, including Student Life Skills, Supplemental Learning, LinC, Service Learning, the library and the Academic Success Center.

During the three day event, each area of Learning Support will engage students in various activities to increase awareness of the services and resources available from the Learning Support Division. These activities are designed to demonstrate the connection between Learning Support and classroom curriculum and encourage students to use learning support resources to facilitate their academic success.

On the first day of the event (Wednesday the 17th) tabling locations will be in various locations all over campus.  Event staff will begin greeting students at 5:00 p.m. and the event will last until 7:00 p.m.

Days two and three of the fair (Thursday the 18th and Friday the 19th) will be held in Building 4 from 11:30 a.m. -2:30 p.m.

Food and prizes will be available. Come show your support by attending and encouraging your students to join the fun! For more information or to get involved in the Learning Support Fair, please contact Tara Rains at trains1@valenciacollege.edu or at extension 2017.

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