Kick off the new school year with the Tailgate @ the SLRC! Get to know the resources available to help you succeed this semester at the library, assistive technology lab, and academic coaching areas: Math & Science Lab, Writing Lab, Math Hotspot, and Science Hotspot. There will be food, games, and prizes!
When: Wednesday, Sept. 13, 11 am - 1:30 pm*
*rescheduled due to hurricane!
Where: All SLRC areas. Start in 12.8 to get your ticket, and be sure to visit the Homework Hotspots down in 12.629 and 13.331.
Get in the tailgating spirit with our Tailgate @ the SLRC playlist on Spotify!
Complete the passbook to go into the grand prize drawing!
This year's big prize: we'll be giving away 2 JBL Flip Waterproof Bluetooth speakers >>>
Constitution Day celebrates the ratification of the US Constitution on Sept. 17. There will be a presentation on Thursday, Sept. 14 in the Multi-Purpose Room (13.210) starting at 1:30 pm.
Sept. 24 - 30 is Banned Books Week, which celebrates books that have been challenged for removal from libraries and schools across the nation and around the world. This year the SLRC will be especially emphasizing censorship and freedom of expression. Stay tuned!
Whichever pumpkin gets the most votes from students will be declared the winner. Winner will be announced on Tuesday, Oct. 31 at the PSSA Costume Contest.
Pumpkins are due by Friday, Oct. 20 to allow for a week of voting by students.
Write the scariest story you can in 2 sentences or less! This contest starts Oct. 1. All entries need to be submitted through the online form (below) by noon on Friday, Oct. 27.
Winner will be awarded their prize on Halloween!
Thanks for all the entries! The contest is now closed for judging.
Join a panel discussion between Mi Familia Vota, the Young Invincibles, and our own professor Jermaine Johnson.
When: Wednesday, Nov. 8, 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
Where: Blue Assembly (Bldg 12, 2nd floor University Center area)
Open to the community! Are you trying to crunch through 50,000 words to conquer the novel-writing challenge of National Novel Writing Month?
When: Sunday, Nov. 12, 2-5 pm
Where: LSC-University Park Student Learning Resource Center
20515 SH 249, Houston, TX 77070
Building 12, 8th floor
*parking is free in our covered garages, but print out a guest parking permit ahead of time just to be safe
**just head to the library to sign in for the event and get your wifi pass created. Photo ID required.
Dec. 6-8. Stay tuned for a schedule of special review sessions and study break activities (like a visit from the dogs of Pet Therapy Pals of Texas)! See the full guide for more information as it comes available.
Take a break! The library is sponsoring study break sessions to go along with the Exam Jam review sessions.