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In our comprehensive piano program designed for 5-and 6-year-olds, your child will learn in small groups of four students per 45-minute class. It’s the learning style most natural to young children—and, it’s fun. Our instructors are a team of highly accomplished performers whose main interest is teaching. Click here for more details.
Children Online Homework Resources
Need to brush up on your math and reading skills? Or looking for sources for homework and projects? Or maybe a good book recommendation? Checkout our online resources! If you have questions about how to use them, please come by or call us at the Reference Desk: (708) 649-7485.
You Matter: Check out the Teens Concern Center at the end of this page for help.
Adult students of all ages and levels are able to enroll for traditional, weekly private lessons. Music instruction has been a part of the University’s fabric for more than 150 years, which means you’re assured a learning experience rooted in tradition, but also one that involves that latest techniques. Click here for more details.
Teens Online Homework Resources
Need help finding sources for homework and research papers? Or how to create a citation? Or maybe a good book recommendation? Checkout our online resources! If you have questions about how to use them, please come by or call us at the Reference Desk: (708) 649-7485.
Teens College and Career Resources
Need help finding sources on colleges and careers? Checkout these sources listed below to get started. If you have questions about how to use them, please come by or call us at the Reference Desk: (708) 649-7485.
Teen Concerns Center
It can be hard to ask for help, especially when you or a friend are going through a difficult personal situation at school, home, or in your community. Find an adult you can trust for advice. You can also consider calling a hotline to get the answers to your questions and concerns. Here are some links that may help you or your friend find support:
Go Ask Alice: Health Resources
Illinois School Violence Tipline: Help stop violence at your school (1-800-477-0024)
National Runaway Switchboard: 24 hour crisis hotline (1-800-RUNAWAY)
Safe Place for Teens: Find a safe place anywhere in the USA
Teen Dating Violence: Helpful information from the Illinois Attorney General