• Schedule for Long Night event.
    Aydan Urias
Join us for the third annual campus-wide event supporting all students in writing, research, & studying for final exams.
  • Click the Room Numbers at the top of the chart to see details about breakout sessions for the Long Night Against Procrastination.

All Southwestern students are invited to participate in the Spring 2020 online Long Night Against Procrastination event hosted via Zoom. 

Join the event online:   bit.ly/SULongNight
Or join by phone:
‪Phone: (US) +1 720-902-7700‬
Phone meeting PIN: 1483157042

A virtual evening of writing feedback, writing time, tutoring, study skills help, and stress relief, Long Night is the perfect home-stretch boost of motivation and confidence students need to wrap up their semester. 

  • SU Peer Mentors
  • DEWC Writing Consultants
  • Subject Tutors
  • the Center for Career & Professional Development
  • Research Librarians
  • and Mosaic Ambassadors
  • and Special Guests! will all be available via Zoom to assist students with providing feedback on drafts, to citations, to finding articles, to effective study habits, and everything in between.

There will be raffle prizes, featuring a Grand Prize for one lucky student: an all-campus parking permit! This coveted permit will allow them to park in any legal space on the SU campus for one year. 

We’re offering a variety of support and stress relief options to help get them ready for final exams and papers. It is also a good time to catch up with classmates and write/study in solidarity with each other. 

Long Night Highlights:

  • A “Commons” area to just hang out, study, write, and chat
  • 1-on-1 consultations and specialized writing tips group sessions with DEWC consultants
  • Tips for taking multiple choice exams and using tech to study with the Peer Mentors
  • Navigating the job market and internships during COVID-19 with CCPD
  • Discipline-specific tutoring with psych/soc, foreign languages, and special guest tutors Dr. Debika Sihi (bus/econ) and Dr. John Ross (math). 
  • Capstone project reading groups, or “feedback circles,” with DEWC consultants 
  • Stress relief sessions with the Peer Mentors
  • Trivia and Reflections (but not together!) with Mosaic Ambassadors
  • Giveaways on the half hour; Grand Prize is an all-campus parking permit for ’20-21

Small Print  Festivities begin at 6:45pm and run until 10pm. All sessions are 25 minutes, except for the Capstone feedback circles, which are 50 minutes. Students must be present to win giveaways with the exception of the Grand Prize. Students who participate in the feedback circles or just come and hang in the Commons will also be entered into the prize drawings, including the Grand Prize. We will have a FAQ/guide for all attendees. 

Our official hashtag is #SULongNight

Jennifer Marciniak
Director of the Debby Ellis Writing Center

Renee Burrell
Academic Success Coordinator

Lisa Dela Cruz
Director of Mosaic

Theresa Zelasko
Outreach & Information Literacy Librarian

Registration for this event is now closed.