Building the skills required for success in college does not happen overnight. Getting to know yourself as a learner is the first step towards achieving success. Academic Success Workshops provide you with self-assessments as well as practical tools and techniques you can use in your coursework.
We offer a variety of workshops you can request for friends, classmates, student organizations or yourself. Complete an Academic Success Workshop Request Form and return it to the Academic Resources Desk (in the Learning Commons). We will customize a workshop based on your needs and schedule.
Assessing your priorities, mapping out your schedule, establishing fixed and flexible study time, breaking down assignments, addressing procrastination and perfectionism.
Identifying how you currently study for exams, investigating your learning style, creating personalized study tools, modifying how you study for different subjects, establishing a study plan.
Managing your time while testing, taking multiple choice vs. written exams, reflecting after a test, knowing when to change your study habits.
Learning Connections Inventory (LCI)
Investigating how your brain filters and processes information (taking an assessment and learning related techniques for rethinking how you study).
Incorporating active reading techniques, adapting to different types of reading materials, managing your reading load.
Establishing ground rules for forming a study group or team; reviewing Tuckman Model (forming, storming, norming, performing), teambuilding activity for students (please note: for graduate students only).
Enrolled in Math 101 and need some help with ALEKS? Math 101 Coaches facilitate an intro session about ALEKS at the start of each semester. Watch your email for details about the date, time, and location.
Stressed out while taking tests? Dr. Peggy Kasimatis leads a workshop series each semester with tips and strategies for managing test anxiety while studying for and taking exams.