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It’s not too late to take fall classes! Southwest offers more terms throughout the
semester. Enroll today! Southwest also offers flexible short terms during the day,
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Southwest Science Mentors to host study skills seminars Sept. 24
Need help studying for science courses? Southwest Science Mentors (SoSciMe) from the
Department of Natural Sciences will host two in-person study skills seminars Sept.
24, 2021, in the Nursing, Natural Sciences and Biology Building on the Union Avenue
Campus, Room UNS 101. Session 1 (10 AM – Noon) covers General and Organic Chemistry
and Physics; Session II (1-3 PM) covers General Biology, Biotechnology, A&P and Microbiology.
The event is walk-in only and seating limited. Watch a recording later at: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCw2yN-HOO15nr0haL3qDFVQ. For more information, contact Melody Williams at 901-333-5479 or Dr. Electa Park
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