Reading groups give students an informal setting to expand their reading base while exploring their specific interests. Regular meetings give students an opportunity to review, clarify, and discuss applications of the texts. Reading groups are created, organized, and led by the students. They are informal and not for credit.
Current Reading Groups Edit
In April 2009, the first two reading groups were created. As of yet, neither has met. Therefore, the general nature of reading groups outlined above is momentarily theoretical and may change when put into practice.