A site for self-determination and against the enclosure of knowledge
The Summer Series is now concluded. Please see the Free U Fall 2012 Guide and offer submissions to FreeUniversEity@gmail.com
The Seattle Free University is offering a summer series, with two hours of open tutoring and free classes every week. Join us Saturday mornings at 11am for free peer-to-peer tutoring over brunch (free pancakes!) before a free class or workshop at 1pm.
Tutoring and classes will take place at the Wildcat Social Center (1105 23rd Ave) unless otherwise indicated.
So far, we have the following tutoring and class offerings:
Tutoring, Saturdays 11am-1pm
Drop-in to see a tutor or email us to arrange regular tutoring. And if there’s something you would like to tutor or like to see offered, let us know.
American Sign Language (ASL)
English (all levels, pre-K to SAT and adult)
Math (all levels, pre-K to SAT and adult)
Chemistry, Biology, Physics (up to high school)
Single Sessions Classes/Workshops, Saturdays 1pm
Dates and details may change.
June 30th – Dealin’ with the Fuzz: Protecting Our Communities from the Police
July 7th – Occupy/Decolonize Personal Safety (A Self-Defense Seminar)
July 14th – Radical History of the Central District
Fill out this survey, to help us plan the classes you want to see: https://catalyst.uw.edu/webq/survey/lestecs/168147
Post a reply here if you are would like to help set up or facilitate a course on any particular topic or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.