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Language Resource Center

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As the importance of relations between the United States and foreign countries increases, a knowledge of foreign languages, literatures and cultures is essential to participate fully in the internationalization of political, social and commercial life.

Taking foreign language courses prepares students for exciting international opportunities in a variety of careers, such as publishing and journalism, commerce and industry, business management and law, social services and medicine.

Classroom work is supplemented with work in our state-of-the-art language lab staffed with knowledgeable tutors and equipped with cutting-edge technology.

Tutor Information

FRENCH TUTORS

  • Christelle Sodji
  • Mame Niang

SPANISH TUTORS

  • Juliana Garcia
  • Diego Pinzon
  • Angelo Romero
  • Diana Stomelga
  • Victoria Tartaglia
     


Location and Hours

THE LANGUAGE LAB is OPEN for LIMITED hours in the SUMMER SEMESTER.

JUNE and JULY HOURS

Monday – Friday from 12:30pm – 2:30pm (Spanish tutoring only)

The Language Resource Center is located in Gamble Hall, in room 120.

 

Pause Café - French Conversation Hour

We are closed for the Summer Semester.

 

Cafecito - Spanish Conversation Hour

We are clsosed for the Summer Semester.

 

Foreign Language Exams

PLACEMENT EXAM

There are two types of placement exams available for enrolled students. For students who took some Spanish or French in high school, there is a general placement exam that will place the student in the correct level of French or Spanish. Contact the office of Languages, Literature and Philosophy for the instructions and password for the test.

CLEP - CREDIT BY EXAMINATION

CLEP exams are useful for students wishing to earn course credit and to test out of a foreign language requirement. The CLEP exams (Credit by Examination) are administered and scheduled through Testing Services. For more information about these tests, contact Testing Services


Languages, Literature, and Philosophy
Gamble Hall 103
912.344.2574 or 912.344.2594
for help with the placement exam

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