Bronco Study Zone

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The Bronco Study Zone is a space for all Western Michigan University students that offers a comfortable learning environment in which students can receive academic support designed to enhance learning and collaboration toward the goal of academic success.

Location

Attention: the Bronco Study Zone has moved from Waldo Library to 3374 Rood Hall.

Fall 2017 hours

  • Sunday, 1 to 10 p.m., Eicher Hall, 1st floor
  • Monday, 8 a.m. to 10 p.m., 3374 Rood Hall
  • Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., 3374 Rood Hall
  • Drop-in Assistance Schedule

Resources and benefits

The zone offers an array of resources through a one-stop model to support students and just the right amount of structure to help keep them on track. If the zone is unable to meet a requested need, students are referred to the appropriate campus resource.

Support services offered to you while in the zone include:

  • Drop-in assistance for highly challenging courses.
  • Group collaboration on course assignments.
  • Logging mandatory study hours for instructors and organizations.
  • Assistance with coping with test anxiety, effective note taking, time management and test taking strategies among others.

Meet our fall 2017 Bronco Study Zone drop-in Course Assistants!

Contact us

For more information about the Bronco Study Zone, contact Ben Carr. For general information and questions about Student Success Services, please contact coas_sss_info@wmich.edu or like us on Facebook!