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Summer Sessions

2018 Summer Session C Services

SLC summer services are designed to enhance the learning outcomes of students enrolled in Session C at U.C. Berkeley. See below for specific program offerings.

International Student Program

Make an appointment to learn more about resources and support services for international students.

Contact: Khuyen V. Nguyen, Program Director, kvn@berkeley.edu

Math & Statistics

Drop-In tutoring is available for most lower-division Math and Statistics courses, as well as Stat 134. Ask questions about course concepts, meet fellow students, and sharpen your problem-solving skills. 

Math 32, 16A-B, 1A-B, 10A-B, 53, 54, 55, and Statistics 2, 20, W21, 134.
M-Th, 11 - 4pm in the Chávez Atrium, start date June 21st.

For more information, visit the Math/Stat Program homepage or email Mike Leong at mleong@berkeley.edu.

Science

Drop-in tutoring is available for Biology 1AChemistry 1AChemistry 3AChemistry 3BAsk questions about course concepts, meet fellow students, and sharpen your problem-solving skills. 

For more information, visit the SLC Science Program homepage or email slc-science@berkeley.edu

Writing

· Appointment Tutoring: Writers can schedule a 50-minute appointment in advance to discuss their work with a tutor. This format is ideal for writers who wish to explore in depth specific tools to solidify their ideas and refine their prose. 

· Weekly Tutoring: Writers can sign up to work with the same tutor up to twice a week to master the fundamentals of academic writing. This format is highly recommended for writers taking R&C courses and ideal for writers who are new to American academic writing conventions.

· Topical writing workshops: Our workshops offer a supportive, inclusive learning space for writers to further develop and strengthen their academic voice. Led by professional staff in small-group settings, writers will practice key elements of college writing and acquire a clear understanding of academic conventions and expectations at Cal.

For more information, visit the SLC Writing Program homepage or email slcwritingprg@berkeley.edu