Pilots Study Lab - 116 Bluemont Hall
|Monday||9:30am - 5:30pm|
|Tuesday||8:30am - 8:30pm|
|Wednesday||8:30am - 8:30pm|
|Thursday||8:30am - 8:30pm|
|Friday||8:30am - 1:30pm|
* Lab hours are subject to change. The lab will be closed on University holidays.
Pilots Study Lab - EDSEC 050 A
- The Pilots lab, located in 116 Bluemont Hall, offers study and test preparation help from well trained, experienced students, or, Peer Assistants (PAs).
- Pilots students receive individual assistance and group study sessions from peer assistants and the lab instructor.
- Computers and a printer are available for currently enrolled Pilots student use only.
The Writing Lab - EDSEC 050 B
- The Writing Lab is designed for all Pilots students enrolled in ENGL 100 Expository Writing I.
- It is taught by instructors with experience in the Expository Writing program at K-State.
- It offers students extra help on their writing assignments.
* If a Writing Peer Assistant is not available in the lab (outside of your scheduled hours) and you need immediate writing help, visit The K-State Writing Center at 108 ECS.
All students in all labs are expected to adhere to the following guidelines.
- Students are expected to spend a minimum of two 50-minute sessions in the study labs per week, regardless of the amount of time spent in writing lab. Sign-up sheets for PA time are located next to the student folder crate in the PA lab.
- Students are responsible for having Pilots staff sign them in and out immediately upon entering or leaving the labs. Do not assume that the staff member has noticed you, and do not simply leave the lab. Without a staff signature, you will not receive points toward your grade.
- Lab sessions must be used to study or complete class assignments.
- Cell phones are not allowed in the lab. Please turn your cell phone off or on silent when you come into the Bluemont 116 lab.
- Students are expected to maintain a studious atmosphere in the Pilots Labs. Disruptive students will be asked to leave and will forfeit their points for that time frame.
- Students are responsible for adhering to the K-State Student Code of Conduct.
- Students are also responsible for obeying the K-State Honor Code. If you're unsure about something, here are some tips regarding the Honor Pledge and avoiding honor code violations.
- Students are responsible for adhering to the K-State Information Technology usage policy.
- Students working on class assignments have priority for computer use.
- Students may e-mail from the lab, but e-mail will not be considered a priority unless it is directly connected to a class assignment. E-mailing will not be considered part of PA or study time.
- Internet surfing (not related to your academics) is not allowed in the lab.
- Downloading material onto computer hard drives from the Internet is strictly prohibited. If you need to save something, save it to a USB/Flash drive or online dropbox.
- Printing of materials is limited to 10 pages (of coursework/academic materials) per day. Anything else needs to be printed at Hale library.
- Food/drink is permitted near student computers.