The SLC provides programs and services to support science learning across LSA.
Let us know what we can do to help you teach your classes and to support student learning.
Reserve SLC Computers for Classes
To reserve computers for classes, please submit your request using our online form.
Place Materials on Reserve at the SLC
Please supply your own copy of the item (book, handout, DVD, CD, etc.) for placement at the SLC. Students with a valid MCard may borrow materials placed on reserve from the SLC front desk. Most course reserve materials are designated "2-Hour Room Use" although other arrangements may be made. Email us at email@example.com for further information.
Submit GSI Office Hours Schedule
Many GSIs hold office hours at the SLC. In fact, some terms bring as many as 75 different GSIs from more than a dozen courses. With only eight meeting alcoves at the SLC Main Branch and three team rooms at the SLC Satellite Location, scheduling can be a challenge. Therefore, we ask that you submit your requests early and allow us up to 48 hours to process your request. Click here to submit an SLC Office Hours schedule request. For courses with three or more GSIs, this form should be completed by the course coordinator or lead instructor. You will receive an e-mail confirmation indicating the reservation has been secured.
Find out about the SLC Study Group Program
Visit the Study Group Program Faculty Page where you can read the Faculty FAQ or request a group for your course.
Request the Purchase of New Materials
We are always interested in hearing from you about items we might purchase that would enhance our collections. The SLC collections currently include science study guides, general study skills handbooks, science videos and software, science career development materials, a growing collection of journals and a circulating collection of books on a variety of science topics. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your suggestions.
Professional Development Materials for Science Educators
The SLC maintains a collection of monographs, guidebooks, handbooks, etc. written with the college educator and researcher in mind. Available titles can be viewed by browsing the open bookshelves in the SLC's main study area.
To check out any of our resources, visit the front desk at the SLC Main (1720 Chemistry) with your MCard and we would be happy to assist you.