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College Office Virtual Hours

Monday - 10am-1pm EDT
Tuesday - 1-4pm EDT
Wednesday - 11am-2pm & 7-9pm EDT
Thursday - 11am-2pm EDT
Friday - 11am-2pm EDT

There are many ways to reach the college office while studying virtually - call, email, chat, or visit with us during our virtual office hours. Once in the Virtual Office click on the day/time and join via GOOGLE MEET. We look forward to seeing you!
Julian Street Library Study Hall

Sunday - Thursday
7-10pm EDT

Virtual Study Halls are a way to build accountability and a sense of community into your study routines. Join the zoom meeting to study alongside other students in the familiar atmosphere of Julian Street Library. As there is student interest, breakout rooms can also be utilized for group study sessions during the study hall. To join, please register with your email at here.
Minecraft with Fellow Firsties

First College now has its very own 24/7 MINECRAFT server! Come explore a new world with your friends and classmates! To connect to the server, just type the following server address into the "Direct Connect" box in the multiplayer section: If you have any questions please email RGS Sean (
Coffee In Common

Fridays 4-5pm EDT
7-10pm EDT

FIRSTIES, this is a great way to meet new friends, reconnect with old ones, and meet the college staff! low key, casual, no pressure...grab a cup of coffee and stop in anytime to say HI - leave whenever you need to! Join Zoom Meeting at any time between 4-5pm ET.

Meeting ID: 977 4909 5712
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View all upcoming First College Events via the Virtual Office
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Looking for a study group or p-set partner in your time zone?  CLICK HERE to find a group of other Firsties in your class! Includes ECO, MAT, CHM, and more.

McGraw Group Study Halls
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Overnight Oats
The basic overnight oats recipe is 1-part oats, 1 part milk, this ratio will vary as ingredients are added to this recipe. For example, fresh berries may add liquid to the basic mixture while nuts and seeds may absorb liquid.  The milk portion of this recipe can be replaced with any type of milk substitute…soy, almond, rice and oat milk all work beautifully. If this one part to one-part ratio does not produce the consistency you prefer just add or reduce either ingredient to suite your liking. This very basic recipe is an excellent platform for any type of flavor profile you’d like to create. Things like fresh, dried or canned fruits, seeds, sprouts, spice, yogurt, grains, nuts, honey and agave all work as ingredients either mixed into the milk and oats or as toppings. You will need some type of air tight food container and refrigeration. The recipe shared below is a vegan option.

1 ripe banana
2 tbs chia seed
¼ Tsp cinnamon
½ cup rolled or old-fashioned oats
¾ soy milk
¼ tsp vanilla

1.  In a small bowl mash banana until smooth. Fold in chia and cinnamon.
2.  Stir in oats and soy milk.
3.  Cover and refrigerate over night or at least 2 hours.

In the morning stir the mixture and add any toppings you might have available.


Garrett Meggs
Director of Student Life

Operations Research and Financial Engineering Department in the BSE  (Bachelor of Science in Engineering) degree program.



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