The Engaged Learning Fair is taking place on Tuesday, 13 February, from 12–1 PM in the Wentz Concert Hall lobby.
Attendees should enter on the lower level via the Madden Theater on Chicago Avenue, with exceptions for mobility accommodations (see below). Attendee traffic will proceed generally from southwest to northeast. Attendees will exit onto Ellsworth Street.
Students attending as part of a class should check in to receive their attendance sheet, which will be turned in at the event exit near Schoenherr Art Gallery.
First-Year Experience entry times
Students attending the Fair as part of their first-year experience have been assigned staggered admission times based on their course section:
All CARD 101 sections, and CARD 104 sections 2, 4, and 6. The time slot for these sections will be from 12:00 (noon), and continue until 12:30.
All CARD 102 sections, and CARD 104 sections 1, 3, and 5. These sections have a time slot with admission beginning at 12:30 PM. The program will begin wrapping up at 1 PM.
Any participants or attendees with mobility concerns may enter from either entrance. There is an elevator from the Madden Lobby to the main level that will provide direct access to the Event. First-Year Experience students with mobility concerns who wish to enter via the Ellsworth St doors should identify themselves to Event staff near the Schoenherr Art Gallery to check in and receive an attendance sheet.
Once upstairs, you will find opportunities left, right and center!
Northwest wall (left side/theater)
Peer Tutoring Program.Student Success Coaches
Student Research. Office of Engaged Learning
Audition for Theatre shows! Theatre department practica
TESOL. Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages
Public Art and The Design Agency. Art & Design Department
Chicago programs.Interdisciplinary Studies
May Term Programs and Study Away. Center for Global Education
Washington Internship Institute. Office of Engaged Learning
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