CAS Main Desk: 530-895-2386
Office: LRC 282
Office: LRC 205
Learning Resource Specialist
Office: LRC 213
Student Athlete Success Supervisor
Office: LRC 218
Learning Resource Specialist
Office: LRC 206
English, LEAD, and all other faculty can download a printable version of our Student Referral Form. This form is useful when referring students to a Reading and Writing Tutor. It allows you, the instructor, to select which aspects of the writing process you would like your student to focus on when working with the tutor, thus providing specific guidance to individual students.
Faculty Office Space managed by CAS can be reserved by Associate Faculty. Several private offices in the Learning Resource Center are available for associate faculty to reserve up to two hours per week. These offices provide a desk, telephone, computer with access to printing, filing cabinet space, and a comfortable place to meet privately with students. Please contact Amy Hughes, CAS Secretary, firstname.lastname@example.org or 895-2808, at the beginning of the semester to reserve office hours on a first-come, first-served basis.
For additional space where faculty may meet with a student or groups of students, LRC 210, which is located inside CAS, is also available on a drop-in basis, or it can be reserved ahead. A VCR/DVD player is available as needed. Contact Amy at 895-2808 or email@example.com to check the schedule, request regular office hours, or reserve rooms for one-time use.
Classroom Presentations and CAS Tours may be arranged by instructors interested in a brief classroom orientation for their students or in bringing a group in for a tour. Please contact any of our Learning Resource Specialists for more information or to make special arrangements: Ann Shannon (firstname.lastname@example.org, 895-2306), Monica Brown (email@example.com, 895-2882), Kathleen Turner (firstname.lastname@example.org, 895-2882).
Test Proctoring for make-up exams is provided as a courtesy to students and faculty when a student has missed a regularly scheduled exam and needs to make it up. Test proctoring is available through CAS by prior arrangement with the instructor. To have a test proctored, an instructor must complete the required form, one per student. The form can be printed here (Test Proctoring Request Form), or can be picked up in CAS. The instructor must deliver the test in person with completed form attached. Please let students know that hours for test proctoring this semester are as follows:
CAS Test Proctoring Hours
Tuesday and Wednesday, 8:15-11:00
Students must allow enough time to complete a test within the time periods above. Instructors may contact Amy Hughes at 895-2808 or email@example.com for more information about this service. We cannot facilitate oral exams in CAS. Neither can we collect or track assignments or papers. Our top priority is security of tests, and we proctor exams for increasing numbers of instructors each semester. Your cooperation is appreciated.
Primarily used for student study groups and Supplemental Instruction (SI) sessions, Group Study Rooms in CAS, as well as other meeting rooms inside CAS, are also suitable for staff and faculty meetings. Reservations are made on a first-come, first-served basis. The rooms have dry-erase boards and can seat from four to ten people comfortably at small, mobile tables. Current schedules are posted outside the rooms. Contact Amy at 895-2808 or firstname.lastname@example.org to check the schedule or to request a reservation.