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Join us for a Long Night Against Procrastination at the Neumann Library!

Long Night Against Procrastination

What is LNAP?

Long Night Against Procrastination (LNAP) is an event designed to encourage students to avoid putting things off (procrastinating!) and to tackle some of the assignments, projects, and papers that are due at the end of the semester and to start preparing for exams. 

The Neumann Library is partnering with the Student Success Center and the Writing Center in the Hawks’ Overlook to bring the students readily available research, writing, study skills, and stress management expertise.

There will be librarians providing research assistance, consultations from the Writing Center, and academic coaching from the Student Success Center!

The library will also be providing coffee, water, snacks, and activities to promote relaxation! 


Check Out Our Campus Partners!

"The Student Success Center works cooperatively with UHCL students, faculty, and staff to build and maintain learning support programs that are able to address the constantly changing needs of a diverse student body. In addition, the Center promotes a dynamic system of academic support that enables students to become active, responsible learners."

-From the Student Success Center webpage, 11/7/16

"The UHCL Writing Center serves undergraduate and graduate writers, faculty, staff, and alumni through face-to-face, fully-online, and workshop-based writing consultations. Our consultants work with clients on any stage of the writing process – from brainstorming and development to organization and revision. With nearly 4,000 sessions per year, our center supports a dynamic, progressive, and inclusive mission and vision for university writing practices through our focus on and commitment to first-year, multilingual, digital, rhetorical, interdisciplinary, and multimodal writing. A site for local and disciplinary research, our center is grounded in the rhetoric and composition field’s best practices for writing programs and centers."

-from the UHCL Writing Center webpage, 11/7/16

Why Participate?

  • Use the extended research hours and open study space in the library to plan and prepare for the end of the semester!
  • Take advantage of the free tutoring, writing assistance,and research consultations during the evening (6:00-10:30pm!)
  • Identify goals for the night and make progress toward meeting them!
  • Get assistance and advice with assignments and finals!
  • Get advice on managing stress and anxiety centered around test taking and school work!
  • Ask a librarian your research question!
  • Join a study group or bring your study group and share strategies and materials, and support one another. Compare notes, test one another, teach one another!
  • Enjoy the evening with others (snacks and coffee will be served!) and leave feeling you have made some progress!
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