Thanks to a generous grant from the Sisters of Saint Joseph Mission Fund, students in the School of Undergraduate Studies will be able to benefit from a new initiative, the lending library.
"The purpose of this initiative is to ease some burden for our students - with special attention to commuters - who cannot afford all of their books or a computer," said Dean of the School of Undergraduate Studies Sister Cecilia Cavanaugh Ph.D. "Supplies are very limited and will need to be shared, but this should be some help."
There are several locations where students can borrow textbooks or laptops to help with their coursework. These include:
- Math Resource Center, SJH 335 - textbooks for Math 103, 121, 201 and 202
- Writing Resource Center, SJH 333 - textbooks for ENG 100 and 101
- Foreign Language Resource Center, 2nd floor Clement Hall - textbooks for French 101, 102, 103 and 104 and Spanish 101, 102, 103 and 104
- Logue Library - textbooks for FILA
- Office of Academic Affairs, SJH 336 - textbooks for Psych 101, RelSt 104 and 105 and CMTC 103
- Office of Student Success, SJH 342 and 344 - laptops
If you are aware of any SUS students who are struggling financially, please direct them to the Office of Student Success or to the Office of Academic Affairs. If you have any questions about the program, please contact Claire Doyle, associate director of student success and coordinator of the SSJ Mission Scholars, at DoyleCM@chc.edu.