Grab Free Breakfast Sandwiches and Get Help with Finals at “Cram Jam,” Sunday, April 29

Grab Free Breakfast Sandwiches and Get Help with Finals at “Cram Jam,” Sunday, April 29

The DiMenna-Nyselius Library will host “Cram Jam,” the day after Clam Jam, to help students tackle last minute finals work while they enjoy breakfast sandwiches, coffee, and more!

The end of the semester is upon us, which means trying to stay ahead of end-of-semester projects and finals, while also managing your social calendar to accommodate end of school celebrations. Lucky for students, the DiMenna-Nyselius Library will host “Cram Jam” on April 29, the day after Clam Jam, to offer assistance from tutors and librarians in the following areas:

  • Writing
  • Citations
  • Research help on any subject
  • Math
  • General Chemistry for Health Sciences
  • Anatomy and Physiology

In addition to academic help, students will also be able to enjoy free breakfast sandwiches and other refreshments throughout the afternoon.

Cram Jam is sponsored by the Academic and Career Development Center, the Writing Center, the Math Center, the Office of Student Affairs, and the DiMenna-Nyselius Library.

 

Cram Jam

Date: Sunday, April 29
Time: 1 - 5 p.m.
Location: Writing Center (Library Room 115)

Additional Details:

Learn more at Fairfield.edu/CramJam .

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Last modified: 04-19-18 08:30 PM

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