Posts Tagged ‘ Aid ’

Alumni, Liripa Buki, featured in the Herald News!

Jan 28th, 2013 | By

Commitment to education This article was copied from the Herald News and was written by Denise Baran-Unland, Correspondent, January 25, 2013 2:32PM Updated: January 27, 2013 3:07AM Attending school in the Democratic Republic of Congo where Liripa Floribert Buki of Bolingbrook grew up meant eating just one meal every few days, walking five miles to
[continue reading...]



Super Study Fall 2012!!

Nov 30th, 2012 | By
Super Study Fall 2012

Get the help you need!           The following services are available in the Library:  Reference & Research Librarians on site  ITSO technology and computer lab assistance  More than 55 computer workstations throughout the Library and Computer Lab  Group study rooms available  QUIET rooms available  Over
[continue reading...]



How Many Hours Do Successful Students Study Each Week?

Oct 31st, 2012 | By
How Many Hours Do You Study (ASL) MChart

A recent survey of the members of the Lewis University chapter of Alpha Sigma Lambda asked the question, “How many hours each week is need for study and writing?” As you can see, it is important to set aside a proper amount of time to be successful.  This estimation may very from student to student
[continue reading...]



ASPS students…Need an Internship?

Sep 26th, 2012 | By
Job or Internship

On behalf of Tennille Allen, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology, Director, Applied Sociology and Political Science Program, Director, African American Studies Program, we are sharing the following offer with you… My name is Tim Tackett, the deputy campaign manager for a local state senate race. Of the most important aspects to any vibrant democracy, including freedom of speech,
[continue reading...]



Do You Want To Write Like a Seasoned Writer…We Can Help!

Sep 22nd, 2012 | By
The Writing Center

GRADUATE LEVEL WRITING!  Get assistance to learn how to polish your writing skills, use effective brainstorming techniques, follow proper writing styles, citing correctly and more! Tweet



Lewis University, College of Business is Personal!

Sep 17th, 2012 | By
SUPPORT

One of the hallmarks of a Lewis University degree is that it is personal. Indeed, our values and culture support the personalization of your education. This can be expressed in a number of ways, for instance, “You are treated as a person, not a number.” However, just hearing that statement does not explain how the
[continue reading...]



*FREE* Fall 2012 IMPACT Student Workshops

Sep 5th, 2012 | By
IMPACT RegisterWorkshops HERE

Register for Impact Workshops today! Student ~ Faculty ~ Staff Welcome back to campus and to the new school year!  The IMPACT Lab has exciting news… We are EXCITED to announce that our workshops this semester will be offered as BOTH online and face-to-face (unless otherwise indicated) sessions.  We look forward to meeting the technology
[continue reading...]



Earn College Credit for What You Already Know!

Aug 10th, 2012 | By
careerservices5

Four ways to earn credit through Prior Learning Assessment (PLA) Prior Learning Assessment (PLA) is the process of earning college credit from learning you’ve developed in your work, training, volunteer experiences, self-directed learning projects, and personal life. Credit is not granted for experience but for the college-level learning that is documented. At Lewis University, up to 30 credits of PLA may be awarded and includes: Proficiency exams (CLEP, DSST, AP) Professional training, certifications, and licenses PLA portfolio for University Studies (elective credit) PLA for a Lewis Course Prior Learning Assessment at Lewis University provides a system for working with adult students ( age 24 and up) if they are enrolled in an undergraduate degree program offered by the four Colleges or in an accelerated undergraduate program delivered through the School for Professional and Continuing Education (SPCE).   Why PLA? Save time By participating in PLA, a student who studies at
[continue reading...]



Mobile Tutors Will Come to Your Classroom

Feb 13th, 2012 | By

Tweet