The MLC will be open from 11am Sept. 30th through 2am Oct. 4th for midterm studying!
Good luck on your exams!
Hours for Labor Day weekend
Saturday, August 31 – Open 8am – 7pm
Sunday, Sept. 1 – Closed
Monday, Sept. 2 – Closed
Tuesday, Sept. 3 – Resume normal hours
At the MLC, starting today:
Monday – Friday, 1-4pm, MLC Room 302
Math (MATH 1101, 1113, 2200, 2250, & 2260)
Monday thru Thursday – 5:30-8:30pm – MLC Room 368
Inorganic Chemistry (CHEM 1211 & 1212)
Monday – 5:30-8:30pm, MLC Room 370
Organic Chemistry (CHEM 2211 & 2212)
Tuesday – 5:30-8:30pm – MLC Room 370
Physics (PHYS 1111, 1112, 1211, & 1212)
Wednesday – 5:308:30pm -MLC Room 370
Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday – 6-9pm, MLC rooms 351, 353, 355
Individual or small group tutoring in Chemistry, Math, ESL Conversation, Spanish, Physics, Biology, Accounting, and German. Sign up for an appointment at https://tutortrac.acadassist.uga.edu/TutorTrac/
Thanks to the Division of Academic Enhancement for offering these free tutoring services to UGA students!
The MLC will be closed this weekend, reopening on Monday at 7am. Next week we will have a shortened schedule of 7am-5pm for Aug. 6 – 10 in preparation for the start of fall semester. Congratulations to our graduates at this weekend’s commencement ceremonies!
The MLC will close at 6pm on Friday, May 25 and remain closed through the Memorial Day weekend (May 26 – 28). We will reopen at 7am on Tuesday, May 29.
Drop in tutoring at the MLC for Math, Chemistry, and Physics has finished. Writing tutoring 1-4pm Mon. – Fri. will continue through May 8th. You may visit Milledge Hall for drop in math tutoring through the end of finals. See http://dae.uga.edu/services/tutoring/tutoring_index.html).
The MLC is open 24 hours now through May 8th when we close at 10:30pm. Come study with us!
On view in the first floor display cabinets:
A recent acquisition of the Historic Clothing and Textiles Collection within the Textiles, Merchandising and Interiors Department at UGA, the Montgomery Collection includes over seventy garments and accessories. Owned and worn by Eleanor (Ellie) Morgan Montgomery Atuk, a resident of Atlanta, the collection includes pieces by Yves Saint Laurent and Bill Blass.
Written by Eleanor’s daughter Jeannette Montgomery Barron, My Mother’s Clothes: An Album of Memories is a collection of photographs taken by Jeannette. Jeannette was able to reconnect with her mother while she fought Alzheimer’s by bringing pieces of clothing out and discussing them with her. Ellie would remember specific details about each garment and relive her glamorous past. According to Patrick Kinmonth who wrote the introduction to My Mother’s Clothes, “These photographs are still lives. In them a mother still lives. A daughter and artist is defined. And a stilled life is restored.”
When Ellie passed away in 2007, her spacious closets could barely accommodate the exquisite gowns, suits, skirts and blouses she collected over a lifetime. Currently on display are a few examples of the contents of her closet, including an Oscar de la Renta gown and a little black dress, which Eleanor wore for years.
MLC hours over fall break:
Jittery Joe’s will be closed during fall break, Friday – Sunday. The MLC will resume normal hours on Monday, Oct. 31st.
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