Tuesday, May 12, 2015

Boot Camp Sessions

Writing Boot Camp
Sponsored by School for New Learning Student Association (SNLSA) and SNL Writing
Get your assignments completed!!

Do you have an incomplete grade? A final project that is dragging on?
Finish your assignments including ILP, AP, Capstone, or AIP through Writing Boot Camp.

Attend one or more free, faculty-led sessions.

Program is designed for SNL students who currently have an incomplete grade on their Transcript or students working on writing assignments.

Sessions are set up to increase the likelihood students will complete
necessary courses to obtain a degree.

Sessions offer a supportive academic environment, writing assistance, and help with library services so that students can get assignments completed.


Session Dates:                                  
Saturday, May 16, 9:00am-1:00pm                    
Naperville Campus, 150 W. Warrenville Rd., Bld. 200

Wednesday, May 20, 5:30-9:00pm                    
Loop Campus, Daley Bldg., 14 E. Jackson, Lab 1325
Wednesday, May 27, 5:30-9:00pm

Saturday, May 30, 9:00am-1:00pm                    
Oak Forest Campus, 16333 S. Kilbourn Ave.

Saturday, June 6, 9:00am-1:00pm                     
O’Hare Campus, 8770 W. Bryn Mawr Ave.
To Register: Email your name, DePaul ID# and the incomplete course title(s) you wish to work on to snlsa@depaul.edu at least 3 days prior to your desired sessions (messages to this email are reviewed by DePaul / SNL college faculty and staff only)

Items to Bring to Session(s):  Please bring a flash drive, your copy of the incomplete contract, all prior assignment preparation, including research material, assignment instructions, and assignment writing format (APA/MLA). Please let your faculty mentor know you plan to attend.

Benefits of earning a degree are endless, current researchers note:
ü High correlation between earnings and individuals with a degree
ü Increased civic participation among individuals with a degree
ü Happier marriages / decreased divorce rates among individuals with a degree

ü Pervasive sense of accomplishment / better overall attitudes in individuals with a degree

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