Q: How can I verify that my student attended a COMM Center Workshop?
A: Either have your own system to verify they attended workshops (such as having them write a reflective piece and/or having them get a signature from the facilitator). Or email email@example.com for inclusion in a shared Google doc to verify attendance.
Q: I'd like to offer credit or extra credit for my students to meet with a tutor, how will I know if they've done so?
A: With our new online appointment system you will receive a post-session email (just let your students know to provide your email!).
Q: How can non-COMM students benefit from use of the Center?
A: Breakout rooms are available for anyone to reserve if in need of a quiet place to work, and any 100W students would benefit from working with one of our writing consultants for feedback on their work.
Q: How can non-COMM instructors benefit from the Center?
A: In addition to providing confirmations of tutoring visits with speech coaches and writing tutors, those who enroll in COMM 80 can develop transferrable skills that can serve students in non-COMM courses as well.
Q: What sort of support system do those enrolled in COMM 80 have access to?
A: Each student enrolled in COMM 80 is assigned to a COMM Center tutor and will receive personalized support and feedback, the benefits of which can extend to presentation and writing-based coursework.
Q: I need a space for an event, meeting, etc.
A: Great! Email firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know the date/time, how many people you’re expecting, and any technology needs.
Q: What spaces may I reserve?
A: How about these?
- HGH 241-253 (except 245) may be reserved during COMM Center hours, email email@example.com to reserve.
- HGH 233 and 235 are open for drop-in use during COMM Center hours.
- Events/meetings may be scheduled in 229 and 255 depending upon availability (workshops take priority).