Pilots Study Lab - 116 Bluemont Hall
Spring 2014 Hours
|Monday||9:30am - 5:30pm|
|Tuesday||8:30am - 8:30pm|
|Wednesday||8:30am - 6:30pm|
|Thursday||8:30am - 6:30pm|
|Friday||8:30am - 1:30pm|
* Lab hours subject to change. The lab will be closed on University holidays.
For full course details and assignments, visit K-State Online (KSOL).
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 called Peer Assistants (PAs).
- Pilots students receive individual assistance and group study sessions from peer assistants and the lab instructor, Shay Dodson.
- 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 Graduate Students (current or former GTAs) 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.
- Students are responsible for having their PA sign them in and out immediately upon entering or leaving the labs. 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. If you need to make a call or send a text, please do so outside the study lab as it is a distraction to others.
- Students are expected to maintain a studious atmosphere in the Pilots Lab. 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. Lab computers are wiped every night, so do not save work to the hard drive.
- 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.