On September 27, Anastasia Seifetdinova gave an inspiring solo piano recital in the Farmington House on the Tunxis Campus. The recital included several pieces by Beethoven and Chopin. Anastasia is a faculty member at the Virtuosi Music Academy and is a prolific performer both in the U.S. and abroad. She is currently pursuing a Doctoral Degree at the Hartt School, where she also teaches music.
On August 25 , 2010, Larry Hochman gave a highly entertaining talk about being a new college student. As a bonus we learned how to juggle at the same time!
On August 25 , 2010, Professor Elizabeth Keifer gave us a basic outline of what’s expected of Tunxis Students. She gave us some tips on classroom behavior and how to be successful at Tunxis and beyond.
The Academic Support Center fosters student success by providing support services designed to help students develop their learning and academic skills, as well as enhance their understanding of college demands. Below is a short video outlining some of the services available at the Tunxis Academic Support Center.