Night At the Library

Night at the Library poster of students walking into gothic libraryASNIC, College Skills, the Writing Center, and the Molstead Library want to help you C R U S H your final exam or project! Visit the Molstead Library on Tuesday, April 24 2018 from 3:30 - 7:00 PM to receive one-on-one or group assistance in support of a number of courses or subject areas like English, Math, Science and more!

  1. Spend time with tutors from College Skills and TRIO to help study for final exams for many of your college courses
  2. Work with librarians to help improve your research skills or help researching a specific topic
  3. Consult with the Writing Center to help improve your writing and final papers
  4. Attend a presentation to develop better study habits and effective time management skills

Attendees will be eligible for the following:

  • Gift Cards (Raffled every 30 minutes)
  • FREE food (Cheese and pepperoni pizza, veggie trays, hummus & bread, cookies, coffee, and water)!
  • Eligibility* for the grand prize raffle that will take place on Monday, April 30th. Grand prizes include a Fitbit Ionic smartwatch, Acer Chromebook (Gold), and TWO $250 scholarships courtesy of the North Idaho College Foundation!

Remember to have your student I.D. with you so you can receive credit for attending as well as acquiring any additional extra credit offered by faculty.

Tutoring assistance available for the following courses

The current list can be found below but check back as more classes are added each day. If you don't see a class listed you don't have to miss out on the fun. Make plans to create a peer study group in the library that night with classmates!

Tutoring Course Schedule

Schedule an appointment with the Writing Center
Follow the link below, select "Night at the Library" from the drop-down menu, and select an available time to have your work reviewed. Note: First time users will need to create an account before scheduling an appointment. Link located about login fields.

Schedule an appointment with the Writing Center

Special Presentation
Study Sense: What Memory Research Tells Us About Studying in College
John and Kristina Klassen  //  4 - 5 PM  //  Todd Lecture Hall

"We can raise grades and decrease our study time when we study the way our memory works. This includes how to develop concepts from text and lecture data, manage our precious time productively, and even discover a formula for understanding course material to the point where we can achieve "A's" on every essay and math test."


Check back for updates as we approach the date of the event. We hope to see you in the library and please send questions to!

*NOTE: Students who attend both SP18 "Night at the Library" events (2/21 & 4/24) will be eligible for the grand prize drawings. Funding for Night At The Library has been generously provided by the North Idaho College Foundation.