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Give Thanks – and Get Rest
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Give Thanks – and Get Rest

It’s hard to believe Thanksgiving and Thanksgiving break are just around the corner! Here at the Academic Support Center, we hope you will use this time to relax. After all, you deserve a break before the end of the semester. And remember that we’re here to help you finish the semester on a strong note. Whether you would like to chat about tutoring or registration, financial aid or study skills, we are here for you! For more information or to schedule an appointment with one of us, please call 802-468-1347, email asc@castleton.edu, or stop by our office on the first floor of Babcock Hall. We wish you a restful and joyful Thanksgiving – and look forward to seeing you after break.
Atoms to Cells: Science Tutoring at Castleton
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Atoms to Cells: Science Tutoring at Castleton

Taking a science class this semester? Need some extra help? The Academic Support Center has you covered: we now offer walk-in tutoring for Chemistry, Biology 1, and Microbiology! No appointment necessary! Just stop by during our tutoring hours, and a friendly science tutor will answer your questions. Our science tutoring schedule appears below; please note the time and location for each class. Don’t see the class you’re taking? Complete our tutor request form to request a tutor for that course. You can also access tutoring for many courses 24 hours a day, seven days a week through Tutor.com. Click on the Tutor.com link on your course’s Canvas page to access this service for free. Please note the time and location for each class. Chemistry Tutoring: Wednesday and Thursda...
The Secrets to Staying Motivated for Class
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The Secrets to Staying Motivated for Class

Whether you are new to Castleton, or an upper class student who knows the ropes, motivation is key. And it's not always easy to keep your head in the game. Below, some of CU's finest offer their thoughts on staying motivated. Summer Lampron Psychology Major “I believe that continuous motivation requires both positive mental and physical health. In other words, motivation requires self-care and self-recognition. For me motivation involves recognizing when I need a break. Many times, it can just involve taking a minute to sit back and breath; other times it may mean going to work out, take a walk, or meet up with some friends for lunch. Overall, I feel that staying motivated involves self-awareness and the ability to know when to work and when to take a break.”    Francesca Cat...