Le Comité Francophone meets every Monday from 7:00-8:30pm at Amer's Café on State St (across from the State Theater, during Fall and Winter terms). All levels are welcome. There's a table for the beginning speakers–don't be shy!
LCF also offers Drop-in Peer Tutoring on Wednesdays from 12-2pm and Thursdays from 6-8pm in the Language Resource Center, located on the lower level of North Quad.
Italianissimo, the University of Michigan’s only Italian club, provides students the opportunity to learn more about Italian culture while practicing their speaking skills in a relaxed and enjoyable setting. Some of the events we host include weekly conversation hours, cooking demos, movie screenings, game nights, soccer tournaments, club outings to nearby cities and towns, and more! Italianissimo also organizes exam reviews for Italian 101 and 102 students. Suggestions for other events you’d like to see happen are more than welcome! The club aims to serve as a resource to students interested in any opportunity related to the Italian language and culture – whether it be academic or just out of personal curiosity – and also to serve as a liaison between students and the Italian department and faculty. We can help with homework, study abroad, or just generally point you in the right direction of where to find what you’re looking for.
Drop-in Conversation Hours take place at the Espresso Royale on State Street on Mondays and Thursdays from 7 - 8 pm. Conversation hours will generally focus on speaking practice, but club members will be present and willing to help students with homework tasks and any other Italian-language support they might need. All levels of proficiency are encouraged to come.
If you would like to be added to our mailing list to receive updates and info about our events, pop an email to the club’s leadership at email@example.com. You can also visit our Facebook page. And please feel free to email us with any questions. We hope to see you at our next event!
The Spanish Club is a student run organization focusing on the Spanish language and Hispanic/Latinx culture. This club has opportunities for students of all levels, from beginners to native speakers. We provide many resources to students such as holding conversation hours during the academic year to practice speaking Spanish as well as free, walk-in peer tutoring. We also hold monthly themed meetings and sponsor fun-filled recreational events including Yost skating nights, Spanish movie nights, Latin Dance nights, and local community service.
Club meetings take place the 1st Wednesday of every month.
Drop-in Conversation Hours take place in the basement of the Espresso Royale on South U, Tuesday and Wednesday from 7PM-8PM.
Drop-in Peer Tutoring takes place in the Language Resource Center in the basement of North Quad, Monday and Tuesday from 4PM-6PM.
To learn more about the Spanish Club, and to be added to the club’s list-serve, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.