So you’re taking a language, either because you want to be a diplomat, join the CIA, or study abroad (or something like that), and your professor tells you that you have to go to X language table. What does that mean? Where and when do you go?

We’re here to save you from any potentail dilemmas that could prevent you from getting into the CIA. The language tables are organized alphabetically by day and time, but if you want to just find your specific language, press Command + F on a Mac and Control + F on a PC and type in your desired language.

Mondays

  • French: Duckett Dining Room B, 12-1 pm
  • Italian: Duckett Dining Room A, 12-1 pm
  • Japanese: Duckett Dining Room C, 12-1 pm
  • American Sign Language: Duckett Dining Room C, 5:30-7 pm

Tuesdays

  • German: Duckett Dining Room B, 12-1 pm
  • Hebrew: Duckett Dining Room A, 12-1:30 pm

Wednesdays

  • Chinese: Duckett Dining Room C, 12-1 pm
  • Portuguese: Duckett Dining Room B, 12-1 pm
  • Spanish: Duckett Dining Room A, 12-1 pm

Thursdays

  • Russian: Duckett Dining Room A, 12-1 pm

Fridays

  • Korean: Duckett Dining Room A, 12 -1 pm
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