Our friends in the International Center are taking this opportunity, with the start of the second semester, to remind all on campus that international students occasionally face challenges in UW-Green Bay courses due to unfamiliarity with U.S. teaching methods or complexity of the English language. Any instructor who believes an international student’s academic progress might benefit from English as a Second language support is encouraged to refer the individual to Tutoring Services (CL 102,extension 2958).
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