(Logo courtesy of Black Student Union on Facebook)
(Logo courtesy of Black Student Union on Facebook)

By SAMANTHA BELCHER, Student Life Editor

The Black Student Union (BSU) at the University of Michigan-Dearborn will be holding study hall sessions for students of all majors every Wednesday from 6-9.

The sessions will be held in Kochoff Hall A on November 7 and 14, in Kochoff Hall B on November 21 and 28, and in University Center Room 1225 on December 5.

“The members of the Black Student Union offer a diverse assortment of majors, minors, and academic interests to better serve you in your academic needs. We are here to help you! And if we can’t help you, we can find someone who can!” said Theresa Sommerville.

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Jerel Jones, Marketing Director for the BSU, said the organization wanted to create a quiet environment were students could get help from other students who have common majors.

“Many students, especially freshmen, didn’t know anyone when they first arrived to campus so we created an environment that they feel comfortable in,” Jones added.

He said BSU hopes to help students maintain good study habits.

“Our goal is to help students improve in areas that they may be lacking and open doors for future success,” Jones said.

To contact the BSU, students can e-mail the organization at bsu.umd@gmail.com. Students can also “Like” the group’s Facebook page, BSU UM-Dearborn or follow them on Twitter, @UMD_BSU.