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CASA Tutoring Hours

Fall 2014:
Fall Tutoring Schedule

Tutoring Hours:
Monday - Thursday 9am-9pm
Friday 9am-1pm
Sunday 5pm-9pm

Tutoring begins Sunday, September 7th!

ali

Ali McGrath
Year: Junior
Major: Psychology
Minor: Sociology
Involvement: Alternative Spring Break 2013 Participant, SGA, STC, Psi Chi Honors Program
Reason for Becoming an ASPT: I wanted to work on-campus and this was a great opportunity to work one-on-one with students.

ali

Allie Brown
Year: Senior
Major: Food Science and Technology
Minor: Biology
Involvement: Foundations Peer Mentor
Reason for Becoming an ASPT: I wanted to help students have the most successful college career possible! 

andrew

Andrew Silletti
Year: Senior
Major: Psychology
Minors: Philosophy, Sociology, Neuroscience
Involvement: Foundations Peer Mentor
Reason for Becoming an ASPT: I wanted to help others. 

britt

Brittany Goben
Year: Senior
Major: Biology, Biomedical Science and Biotechnology Concentration
Involvement: Field Hockey
Reason for Becoming an ASPT: I wanted to help first year students become the best student they can be. 

francis

Francis Rick
Year: Senior
Major: Psychology
Minor: Sociology
Involvement: Psi Chi Co-President, member of Psychology Club and HRAC
Reason for Becoming an ASPT: I decided to become an ASPT so I could share my excitement for academics with other students and help them make the most out of their college experience. 

 

kendall

Kendall Valente
Year: Junior
Major: Sociology
Minors: Diversity Studies, Geography
Involvement: President of Ski and Snowboard Club, President of the Class of 2015, Resident Assistance, Black and Gold Orientation Leader, Foundations Peer Mentor
Reason for Becoming an ASPT: I became an ASPT to help students through their FSU experience.  I wanted an opportunity to use all of my experiecnes to help others.  

kristen

Kristen Coogan
Year:
Junior
Major: General Communication
Involvement: FSU Ram Radio
Reason for Becoming an ASPT: I was once a student in the PLUS program and had my own ASPT. I wanted to use my own experience to help other PLUS students.  

larry

Larry Liuzzo
Year: Senior
Major: History
Minors: Sociology and Political Science
Involvement: SGA President, Black and Gold Orientation Leader, Class of 2014 Vice President, CASA Intern
Reason for Becoming an ASPT: I wanted to help student be successful in college and to help them realize their fullest potential. There are not many greater feelings than knowing that I have made a positive impact on another student’s life. 

michelle

Michelle Carra
Year: Senior
Major: Sociology (concentration in Criminology)
Minor: Psychology
Involvement: Resident Assistant, Black and Gold Orientation Leader, Foundations Peer Mentor
Reason for Becoming an ASPT: I wanted to use the tutoring skills that I used as an SI Leader to perform one-on-one sessions with students. Also, as a student leader, I want to rely on all that information I have been trained in to help other students.

britt

Brittany Vo
Year: Senior
Major: Psychology
Minor: Diversity Studies
Involvement: Black and Gold Orientation Leader, Foundations Peer Mentor, SILD Intern, Multicultural Affairs Intern
Reason for Becoming an ASPT: I wanted to become an ASPT to help first-year students transition academically. I also wanted to be a role model for my students. 

michelle

Michelle McGonagle
Year: Junior
Major: Early Childhood Education with a coordinator major in Sociology
Involvement: Black and Gold Orientation Leader, Foundations Peer Mentor
Reason for Becoming an ASPT: I wanted to help students succeed and prosper at Framingham State! 

molly

Molly Buckley
Year: Junior
Major: Elementary Education and Spanish
Involvement: Resident Assistant, Black and Gold Orientation Leader, Student Admissions Representative, President of Education Club, Hilltop Players
Reason for Becoming an ASPT: I want to help new students with their transition to FSU. Veteran ASPTs told me that this position was an excellent way to do that. 

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