CJ & 101 Assignment 1
11:00 – 11:50 am
1. Go to the Holman library
A book that can help students succeed in criminal justice is “The Roxbury dictionary of criminal justice: key terms and major court cases”. Call number: 364.03 C452r.
The library has online video for criminal justice. First, we will go to GRCC website: greenriver.edu and find the word “Library” on the search bar. After that, click on “Films on Demand” under “Find Streaming Videos”. There are a lot of videos about many different topics to view. Watching the videos are free since we use computers at school or access with student ID.
The library has online databases for research and criminal justice research is included. The way to access the information is the same with online videos. But after we go to Library site, we will find “Databases by Subjects” and there is a list of article databases for each subject. Otherwise, on the right hand, we can use Academic Search Premier which is a database for finding articles within academic journals, magazines, and newspapers.
2. Go to the Tutoring Center
GRCC offers tutoring in many topics such as English, Science, Business, Computer Science, etc.
If you are having troubles with any classes, you should come to Tutoring and Resource Center on the 2nd floor of the Holman Library and take a look at the tutoring schedules. Then, you can sign in with your student identification number at the front desk to receive tutoring. You don’t need to make appointment to see a tutor.
3. Go to the Testing Center
Two things that students need in order to make up an exam in the testing center is Student ID and teacher’s name.
The hours that Testing Center is open:
Monday and Tuesday 8:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Wednesday and Thursday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Friday 9:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Saturday 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
4. Go to the Writing Center
Writing Center is located in RLC building, room RLC-173.
It offers 30-minute, focused and one-on-one tutoring sessions for students at all stages of the writing process. The tutors can help students whether they have questions about grammar, need help to brainstorm ideas or focus on the essay. It is free for all GRCC students.
5. Go to Health & Counseling
There are many differences between Counseling and Advising. Counseling services help students about their mental problem. If students are having problem about their family, friends, or relationships, they can find Counseling and talk to them to get some advices or solutions. Besides, advising services help students about their education such as which classes they should take, which careers they can choose or how to pursue this career in the future.
6. Go to Salish