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Mondays: 12 – 3 p.m.
Tuesdays: 2 – 4 p.m.
Thursdays: 2 – 4 p.m.
Fridays: 12 – 3 p.m.
PLACE: Central Library, 2nd Floor
(NW corner between Rm. 203 & UTSI Tutoring Center)
For full details on all tutoring options offered by UTSI, especially the “Start Strong” program for Freshmen, click HERE.
FALL 2016 REGISTRATION: Registration is open for Fall 2016 courses. For those of you who wish to complete your requirements in less time, or who want to continue with upper level Spanish courses as quickly as possible, consider enrolling in one of our accelerated Spanish courses:
ACCELERATED SPAN 1441 + SPAN 1442:
MWF 10-12. Register for each course separately (it is still taught by one instructor on days and times listed here) and be sure to sign up in SECTION 032 for each level. Call the Department of Modern Languages for standard clearance first: 817.272.3161.
ACCELERATED SPAN 2313 + SPAN 2314:
MWF 10-12. Register for each course separately (it is still taught by one instructor on days and times listed here) and be sure to sign up in SECTION 132 for each level. Call the Department of Modern Languages for standard clearance first: 817.272.3161. (Pre-requisite: credit for SPAN 1442 with a grade of C or higher.)
MAJOR, MINOR OR GET A CERTIFICATE!
Planning on majoring or minoring in Spanish? Click HERE. The Spanish Section also offers certificate programs in Translation, Interpreting, or Spanish for the Professions. Click HERE for a file with details and a complete course listing for upper level Spanish courses. For more information, phone the department at the number listed above or send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org and make an appointment with our Undergraduate Advisor.
Below is the Final Exam Schedule for the Spring 2016 semester. (A more detailed version can be found using the link in the blogroll to the right, although the information below covers the necessary information for all classes in Lower Level Spanish.)
YOUR CLASS DAY & TIME: YOUR FINAL EXAM DAY & TIME:
PLEASE NOTE: Your final exam will be in your usual classroom.
There should not be a conflict of interest with the times of any of your other final exams, but if you discover a discrepancy with anything in your schedule, please contact your instructor immediately.
Catherine Ortiz (email@example.com)
Coordinator – Lower Level Spanish Program
DATE: Monday, Feb. 15th
TIME: 1 – 2 p.m. ***
PLACE: Trimble Hall 200 (middle of 2nd floor breezeway between Trimble & Hammond)
TOPIC: SER vs. ESTAR (To be … or to be?!)
WHAT ELSE: Pizza will be served!
But wait… THERE’S MORE! The Spanish Writing Center will continue to offer workshops on other topics this spring:
***NOTE: Although the Feb. 15th Workshop is at 1 p.m., ALL FUTURE WORKSHOPS ARE SCHEDULED FOR 1 HR. EARLIER: 12-1 p.m. // Venue is the same: TH 200
*FEB. 15th – SER y ESTAR: 1-2 p.m.
*FEB. 22nd – EL IMPERFECTO: 12- 1 p.m.
*MAR. 7th – EL PRETÉRITO: 12-1 p.m.
*MAR. 28th – LOS ACENTOS: 12-1 p.m.
*APR. 11th – EL SUBJUNTIVO: 12-1 p.m.
*APR. 25th – EL ENSAYO: 12-1 p.m.
NOTE: The Spanish Writing Center is also available to students for general consultation in Trimble Hall 303. For information on hours of availability, click HERE. For other information, send an email to Dr. Ignacio Ruiz Pérez: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Want to study abroad to experience the full measure of language + culture? Come to the informational meeting!
DATE: THURS., FEB. 11th
TIME: 2 – 3 p.m.
PLACE: Trimble Hall 200
*Study Spanish in Cuernavaca, Mexico – a colonial city in the heart of Mexico known for its eternal spring weather
*Live with a Mexican family!
*Interact with native speakers.
*Experience Mexican culture first hand: in the classroom, on the cobblestone streets or in the market.
*Attend classes on the beautiful campus of the Spanish Language Institute.
COST: Students pay in-state tuition to UTA in addition to program fees, room, board, and excursions. Student Financial Aid applies! Scholarships are available at the Department of Modern Languages for eligible students, in addition to UTA.
FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT: Dr. Ray Elliott – email@example.com