Tour GuideJordan Hall-Streater
TURN UP YOUR VOLUME as you take a look inside of Schewe Library, you will see the library itself, the Center for Academic Excellence, and at the very end you will get to see an amazing view of Sturtevant Hall.
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Next, we're going to go into our library. When we first go in here on the first floor, we're going to notice that there's not that many books. When we go upstairs and downstairs, we'll get to see all of the library parts of the library. This is our social floor that we have, and this is kind of the area where all of the work it's stone. So a lot of computers air in here, study lounges, all of the countertops that are white, actually dry race. So that's pretty cool whenever you need to do, like math homework or just need to john and note down really quick and in the middle there, that desk is where our surface librarians are typically during the day, and they could help you with finding anything in the library. Over here we have one of the study lounge is in here and you can reserve this room if he would like to come in here and study or do group work, And then right here is our digital learning center. So these are some of the really big screens for group projects. Or if you just want to sit here and do your own homework, you are more than welcome. It is Well, like I said before, we have Mac and Windows. So whichever platform you would prefer, we do have both. We're upstairs on the second floor of the library, and this is where a lot of the book's heir at all different kinds of John Rose you can see music theory on this shelf and history of fainting and then European history. Over here, there's all sorts of different boats up here, but this floor is the quiet zone, So this is kind of more of the library by, um, you can still talk, but people would prefered if you're quiet and then downstairs in the basement, which is currently closed at the moment is our silence zone. So if you just needed to be absolutely quiet, the basement is the best bet for you to go when you just want to go study and get some peace and quiet. So this is where our tutoring services are held at, and if you ever need to schedule a tutor, they are free and they work around your schedule. So if you have to practice for sport or you have practice for anything else or any other conflict, they will work around your schedule to make sure that you get the help that you need to succeed here. So our trio program that we have is for first generation students and income eligible students and students who may have a disability. That's just a programme to give students the extra push that they might need when they come to. I see so that they're aware of all the resources that they have and so that they could be successful in their education. Our trio program is very similar to our Yates program, which is for first generation students. They get to move in a week early and get familiar with the campus and all the different offices on the campus so that they can find the tools and make sure that they are well prepared for anything that they may face here at I c e. They're starting in again. You'll probably see this picture in quite a lot of advertising for the school, because this is just one of the really, really historic buildings on the campus, and it's still used today for classes and academic offices and so on.