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Tutoring for SPAN 101 and 102 students

If you are a student in SPAN 101 or SPAN 102 and you cannot come to your teacher’s office hours, you can come to another teacher for help. We will soon post the dates and times. Please, bring your book/ notebook/ workbook with you and come prepare to ask concrete questions. These office hours ARE NOT a substitute for attending class. Note that if you are seeking assistance for a composition for your class, you need to see the instructor teaching your class.

Fall 2017 Tutoring Hours

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
— Cruz
MH 470
8:30-9:30
SPAN 101
— Cruz
MH 470
8:30-9:30
SPAN 101
— Cruz
MH 470
8:30-9:30
SPAN 101
— Cota
9:30-10:30
MH 470
SPAN 101
— Cota
9:30-10:30
MH 470
SPAN 101
— Cota
9:30-10:30
MH 470
SPAN 101
— Castillo
MH 495
10:15-11:15
SPAN 102
— Furumo
MH 495
10:15 – 11:45
SPAN 102
— Castillo
MH 495
10:15-11:15
SPAN 102
— Furumo
MH 495
10:15 – 11:45
SPAN 102
— Castillo
MH 495
10:15-11:15
SPAN 102
— Cepeda
MH 495
10:30-11:30
SPAN  101
— Cepeda
MH 495
10:30-11:30
SPAN 101
— Cepeda
MH 495
10:30-11:30
SPAN 101
— Walters
MH 495
10:30-12:00
SPAN 101
— Walters
MH 495
10:30-12:00
SPAN 101
— Iriondo
MH 470
11:10-12:10
SPAN 101
— Navarro
MH 495
11:30-12:30
SPAN 101
— Iriondo
MH 470
12:00-2:00
SPAN 101
— Navarro
MH 495
12:00-2:00
SPAN 101
— Viana
MH 495
1:20-4:20
SPAN 101
— Murillo
MH 470
1:30-3:00
SPAN 101
— Murillo
MH 470
1:30-3:00
SPAN 101

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National Student Exchange Program

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Student Conduct Code

The University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa exists for the pursuit of knowledge through teaching, learning, and research conducted in an atmosphere of physical and intellectual freedom. Moreover, members of the UH academic community are committed to engage in teaching, learning, research, and community service and to assist one another in the creation and maintenance of an environment which supports these activities. It is therefore the policy of the University that members of the academic community may not violate the rights of one another nor disrupt the basic activities of the institution (as provided in section 1-4, chapter 1 of the Board of Regents’ Bylaws and Policies [Part D]). Students who are disruptive are, consequently, subject to a variety of academically related penalties which may include reprimand, probation, restitution, suspension or expulsion. Read more…

 

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