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The Institute and Saint Paul College are working together to improve educational attainment for New Americans who wish to advance their healthcare careers. To achieve this goal, Institute support instructors offer supplementary classes – free of charge – for college students preparing for healthcare careers.

Biology Study Sessions

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This support program provides students with extra face-to-face time as they tackle the anatomy and physiology of major organ systems. The support instructor works with students during drop-in sessions to clarify material covered by their primary instructors and the textbook. Study sessions are open to all BIOL 1730 students. BIOL 1730 is required for Practical Nursing, Phlebotomy, Medical Laboratory Technician, Respiratory Therapist, and Pharmacy Technician programs.

Program manager: Merle Greene at mgreene@iimn.org

Student Support Academy

Many students enter college without the study skills and learning strategies they need to be successful in college. This program supports students who are preparing for healthcare careers in a small group setting. It gives hands-on practice in reading textbooks, learning vocabulary, taking notes, test practice, and time management. It also ensures that all students know how to use D2L and access e-services.

Program manager: Merle Greene at mgreene@iimn.org

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