In addition to the Senior Symposium, Writing Fellows, and Teaching Fellows, the Center for Teaching and learning offers a variety of programs that further support collaborative student learning. Please click the links below to learn more about our student enrichment programs.
Study Mentors are peer-facilitators who help first-year students make the transition from high school to college and help all students adjust to increased course workloads throughout students’ college careers.
Study Tables are group sessions led by faculty-nominated student facilitators where students can access small-group learning support.
Speaking, Interviewing, Debating The CTL offers a variety of resources for students preparing for class presentations or academic fellowship interviews.
Eye to Eye This student club is a chapter of the national Eye to Eye organization. Our chapter matches HWS students and Geneva middle school students with learning disabilities in an arts-based mentorship program.