During Summer 2018, the Department of Classics generously donated a file cabinet for the MECC students. We use this cabinet to store school supplies, books, request forms and other resources for the students. Additionally, the cabinet facilitates student-faculty and MECC-Danforth Campus communication systems. Each student should have a designated folder in the cabinet.
Checking the cabinet
The cabinet is located in the computer lab. Faculty teaching during the day may access it. In order to facilitate communication and the delivery of resources to students, we ask that faculty check the cabinet before each class. Of course, we understand if this is not always possible.
Please check the folders of the students in your class and deliver any documents that are addressed to them.
Please check the “Danforth Campus” folder to see if there is anything addressed to you. Please do not take things that are not addressed to you. We have a system for transporting and tracking documents that faculty do not pick up themselves.
If a student has a request for pens, paper or other school supplies, you may check the cabinet for them. If you distribute supplies or books, please fill out the supply check-out sheet located inside the cabinet. (It looks like this.)
Paper, pens, books, calendar templates and other school supplies are located in the filing cabinet. Students are entitled to access to these supplies, but faculty/tutors must be the ones to retrieve them from the supply cabinet. If you distribute supplies or books, please fill out the supply check-out sheet located inside the cabinet. (It looks like this.)
Tutors should review the “Tutoring Guidelines” for more information.
Communicating with Students
At times faculty may need to communicate with a student who has missed class or they are not able to see regularly. If you need to communicate with a student regarding academic topics, you should fill out a PEP Student Memo and leave it in the designated student’s folder in the file cabinet. Alternatively, you can leave it in the January Hall 108 mailbox for delivery by a PEP tutor the next weekday if you drop it off before 11 a.m.