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ACC'S ENGLISH TUTORING SERVICES

The Asian Culture Center is offering English tutorials. Peer counselors will be conducting free consultations at the ACC (807 E. 10th Street) each week during the school year. Students wanting to practice their conversational skills and needing assistance with written homework, basic grammar, business language, or short research papers will be able to stop by during office hours and receive help from a peer counselor. We ask that participants have a proficient knowledge of spoken and written English. No appointments needed.
Tutoring Hours as of Jan. 24, 2014:
Monday: 9-10:30am, 12:30-8:30pm
Tuesday: 9-6:30pm
Wednesday: 9-12am, 1-2:30pm, 4:30-8:30pm
Thursday: 9-5pm, 6-8:30pm
Friday: 12-7pm

ACC English Tutoring Program

Asian Language Learning Program Sign up here



Weekly Fun Activities at the ACC

Asian Cultures Around Campus featuring Henna 101
Every Monday, starting the week of September 9.
Time: 5:00 - 6:00 p.m.
Come to the ACC to learn the Indian art of henna designs. You will have hands on experience, as well as learn basic techniques and designs. Please feel free to bring your friends. If you are bringing a group of more than 6, please rsvp in advance.
For questions, email Hallie Baumann at acc@indiana.edu.

Asian Games Featuring Mah-Jong and Go
Play 'Mah-Jong' at the ACC Every Friday from 2- 4 pm.
Mah-Jong is a game of skill coupled with wit and fortune. It originated in China and dates far back into ancient times. Beginners are welcome. Go (WeiQi in Chinese, Baduk in Korean) Every Friday from 4- 7 pm. Go is the oldest game of strategy still played in its original form. The rules are simple, but the strategy is fantastically complex (computers can't come close to beating humans). Come to play, learn, or even teach this ageless game.

Asian Cultures Around Campus featuring Free Calligraphy Lessons
Every Friday, Time: 5:00 - 6:30 p.m.
Learn and practice the art of East Asian Calligraphy with IU Chinese Calligraphy Club mentor. Informal class meets every Friday to learn and practice how to write in the ancient script. Beginners are welcome. Lessons are free and open to the public. For more information, please contact acc@indiana.edu.



Note About Parking

Parking with permits is available at Walnut Grove and 11th Street parking lots at the back of the Geological Science Building (located at 1001 E. 10th street). Parking with fees is also available at the Indiana Memorial Union parking lot. Please allow 3- 5 minutes walk from these parking areas to ACC. There is also available free parking on city streets after 5:00 p.m.