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Winter Session Schedule:
(begins December 16)
Monday 8:00-4:30*
Tuesday 8:00-4:30*
Wednesday 8:00-4:30*
Thursday 8:00-4:30*
Friday 8:00-4:30*
*closed for lunch hour

Winter Session Holidays:
We will be closed Dec.21-Jan.1 (inclusive).

Contact the LRC
DF 107 / 109
LRC Director: (484) 646-5865
Language Resource Center

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Language Resource Center

The LRC is a specialized facility focused on serving the unique needs of students, faculty and community members who teach and learn language(s), culture(s), and communication with a 21st century approach. 

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Upcoming Events

See our events calendar for a more complete listing.

Wednesday, March 5, 2014 is Spanish DefConDare in Tertulia at 3 pm in DF210.

Wednesday, March 12, 2014 is German RolePlay in Stammtisch at 3 pm in DF210.

Seeking Student Volunteers For our World Languages Meet on Thursday, March 27th!

Do you have volunteer hours you need to complete? Or do you just want to be a part of a great language event? The Language Resource Center and the Department of Modern Language Studies are hosting a student recruitment event on Thursday, March 27th that has high school students competing in language skills competitions, a "Campus Challenge" and more! There are a lot of different jobs that can be done and we can use help between the hours of 7:45 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.

This is a great volunteer opportunity for any student who is currently studying a language and who is needing to complete volunteer hours for their program of study.  It is a lot of fun too!

We need volunteers to: work the reception/information desk, organize awards, help with the Opening and Closing Ceremonies, act as Timekeepers and scorekeepers for events, assist with the Campus Challenge (interactive campus tours), serve as judges, and conduct placement testing.  To sign up as a volunteer, just fill out this online form.

Hiring - Fall 2014

The LRC is accepting applications for Fall 2014. To apply, you must include a completed application form, a resume, a class schedule (or schedule of availability), and the name and contact information for a MLS Department reference for your language ability. Assistants must have the ability to assist students with one or more of the following languages: Chinese, French, German, PA German and/or Spanish.

Spanish Espanol
Deutsch German
Francais French
Guoyu Chinese
Pennsilfaanisch Deitsch PA German
Intensive English Program ESL