Fall & Spring Semesters
Monday - Thursday
Closed Saturday - Sunday
Student Use of Lab and Tutoring
Closed Friday - Sunday
FALL & SPRING SEMESTERS
TSI Prep Student's Testing
Closed Friday - Sunday
Join Language Hub Online
- Click "Courses" in the gray toolbar
- Click "All Courses" at the bottom of the list
- Click "Browse More Courses" link on the top-right
- Find the "Language Hub Online" course
- Click "Join this Course" link
- NetTutor (online tutoring)
- College Success Tips
- Tips for Learning Online
- Grammar and Mechanics
- Formatting in MLA/APA/Chicago
- Academic Audience Awareness
- Fundamentals of the Essay
- Revising and Editing
- Creative Writing Tips
- Tutor Tips
- Tips for College Essays
- and a section of resources for instructors
Questions about The Language Hub Online?
Email Stacy Egan, English Faculty Member, at email@example.com
During the semester, the The Language Hub offers a variety of free writing and grammar workshops. To foster more personal attention, each workshop is limited to 30 students. Students may sign-up in advance at the Language Hub, or by calling the Language Hub, (432) 685 4718.
Monday, January 29 and Tuesday, January 30
Grammar Workshop reviews topics such as sentence structure, comma usage, semicolon usage, apostrophes, subject/verb agreement, pronoun/antecedent agreement, and point of view. These are typically our most popular workshops. We strongly recommend reserving a space.
Monday, February 19
APA Format is strongly recommended for students in the sciences. We’ll review formatting and citation guidelines, give students resources to take home, and end the workshop with an interactive group activity.
Tuesday, February 20 and Wednesday, February 21
MLA format is used in English, History, Arts, and Humanities courses. We’ll review formatting and citation guidelines, give students resources to take home, and end the workshop with an interactive group activity.
NEW WORKSHOP: College Admission Essays and Transfer Applications
Monday, March 5 and Tuesday, March 6
In this workshop, we’ll review what universities such as UTPB, Texas Tech, Angelo State, UT-Austin, A&M, and other popular MC student transfer destinations are looking for in admissions essays. This will help transfer students improve their applications. This will also be a great resource for ECHS/Dual Credit students planning on applying to four year schools after graduation. Avoid common admission essay pitfalls and get inside information about what schools are looking for.
Each semester, the Language Hub hosts a welcome back party where students can meet the faculty, staff, and peer tutors and find out about workshops and resources the lab will be offering while enjoying a free pizza lunch.
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