Finals Resources Roundup
Therapy dogs, tutoring, library support, Counseling Center support—with finals coming up during an already stressful time, we’ve compiled a list of resources you might need to finish out Spring 2020 strong. We’re here for you!
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To help ease some of the high stress and uncertainty amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) health crisis, the Counseling Center published a handy guide that includes breathing exercises, mindfulness techniques, apps to download, and more. This can also be helpful during finals! You’re also encouraged to reach out to the Counseling Center team to schedule a virtual appointment if you need support. They’re open 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
The Learning Center (LC) is on hand—virtually!—to assist with any last-minute tutoring sessions you might need leading up to finals. From chemistry to mathematics to business and more, there’s an experienced tutor ready to review a variety of course materials with you. Just make sure you check out the full list of available LC tutors and the schedule of availability in order to schedule an appointment. Please also note that the LC will be closing for the spring semester at 4:00 p.m. on Thursday, May 14, 2020.
While the Pace Libraries are currently closed, their dedicated staff are still very much available to help! They’re logged on seven days a week to make sure you continue to have access to the support services you need, particularly during finals. To that end, they launched an exclusive website with information on how to get help from the Library—from email to phone calls to Live Chats to even texting! Staff are monitoring this service from home, so send in your questions and be sure to review their 15-minute fact-checking workshop that will help you identify fake news.
They also have a virtual motivation wall with plenty of memes and #inspo to help you get through. You’re also welcome to add to it!
Harry Potter Trivia
Tuesday, May 12 | 3:25 p.m.–4:25 p.m. | Meeting ID: 271 892 013 Password: 511941
Are you a wizard at trivia? Have you taken every Buzzfeed quiz out there? Do you have strong opinions about Cursed Child? Then grab your wand and get ready for a trivia session worthy of any self-proclaimed Potterhead!
’90s Hip Hop Bingo
Tuesday, May 12 | 5:00 p.m.–6:00 p.m. | Meeting ID: 993 3402 7484 Password: 285228
Troll dolls. CD players. Tamagotchis. Candy necklaces. Beanie Babies. Rewinding VHS tapes. 'N Sync vs. Backstreet Boys. Bring your nostalgia, because this bingo game is sure to be totally tubular.
Magic Show: ALAKAZOOM
Wednesday, May 13 | 12:10 p.m.–1:10 p.m. | Meeting ID: 822 6544 6641 Password: 793360
Prepare to be amazed—virtually! You won’t believe your eyes at this magic show exclusively for Pace students. Join your fellow Setters for an afternoon you won’t soon forget.
Thursday, May 14 | 3:25 p.m.–4:25 p.m. | Meeting ID: 271 892 013 Password: 511941
It’s time for more trivia! This is a great way to sharpen your wits and think creatively while also taking a much-needed break from studying. We hope to see you (and perhaps even challenge you) there!
Music Session with Jovan and Meecah
Friday, May 15 | 12:10 p.m.–1:10 p.m. | Meeting ID: 946 5681 1744 Password: 832720
Ready for a little afternoon music? Join this jam session with the Student Development and Campus Activities team and your fellow Setters!
De-stress from exams with a virtual visit by a therapy dog team from the Good Dog Foundation! On Monday, May 11, from 12:00 p.m. ET to 12:30 p.m. ET, sign on to Zoom for a remote visit from a pretty pup named Cece. The meeting ID is 988 1340 2049 and the password is 042873. We hope to see you there!
Writing a paper? The tutors at Pace’s Writing Centers are here to be your sounding boards throughout the process of writing! They recognize that not everyone writes the same way, and that most of us have our own way of putting papers together. Whatever you happen to be studying at Pace and whatever writing level you’re currently at, they will work with you one-on-one on a variety of writing assignments. Simply schedule an appointment or contact the Writing Centers via email if you’re interested in pursuing a tutoring session.
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