The Student Academic Enrichment (SAE) Center is located on the third floor of Liberal Arts Rooms 303 and 305. It houses eight computers with internet capability for students who are enrolled in science and mathematics courses (Math 105 and above). The program is designed to provide one-on-one tutoring, group tutoring, and computer assisted learning with interactive software geared to subject matter. This center also houses audio and video tutorial tapes and a library of science books that may be checked out by current students in mathematics and science. Periodically, workshops are offered supplemental to course content and to prepare students for success on standardized tests such as the GRE or the MCAT for medical school.
The Marygrove Learning Resource Center Web site is currently being updated. If you would like to schedule a GED Test or need further information, please call (313) 876-0621 or (313) 644-5583.
Tiffany Jennings – New Student Academic Advisor
Office of Recruitment and Enrollment, Undergraduate Admissions LA 116 Main contact number – 313-927-1240
Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday – 9 am – 5 pm
Monday and Thursday: 9 am – 6 pm
Our office provides personalized one-on-one academic advising to newly admitted students in planning potential class schedule, understanding academic placement, and explain both the general education and the departmental requirements for graduation. Our goal is to effectively schedule each student consistently with their interests, abilities, and goals. We are committed to empowering all students by providing careful academic planning and general information about access to resources.
Take advantage of Marygrove's educational resources to get the most out of your college experience. Our academic advisors can help you develop educational, career and personal action plans to reach short- and long-term goals. The Marygrove Learning Resource Center (MLRC) offers an array of services, from job readiness training and job placement to free classes and comprehensive services in adult basic education (ABE).
Science and mathematics students may use the Student Academic Enrichment (SAE) Center, which houses eight computers with internet capability. The Center provides one-on-one tutoring, group tutoring, computer assisted learning, audio and video tutorial tapes, workshops and more.
The department of Educational Technology Services provides technology training and support to all enrolled students, assists faculty in successfully integrating technology to enhance the teaching and learning process, and helps staff develop and improve the technology skills necessary to increase productivity.
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