The Learning Center
The Learning Center is now located in a new space in the Consolidated Information Center, on the second floor of the Library. Tutoring in the Learning Center is free of charge.
Contact Linda Miller in CIC 202A, call 372-7202, or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Spring 2013 Student Success Workshops
WHEN: Mondays at 10:00 a.m.–11:00 a.m.,
Tuesdays at 1:00–2:00 p.m.
WHERE: East 205
Monday, January 7/Tuesday, January 8
Goal Setting. This workshop is designed to help you focus and develop realistic and attainable goals.
Monday, January 14/Tuesday, January 15
Time Management I. Become a skilled manager of your time and plan for how to balance your academic work with your everyday activities in the most effective way.
Monday, January 28/Tuesday, January 29
Overcome Test Anxiety! Do you feel that you study for a test and then get a blank mind during testing time? Learn ways to manage your anxiety before and during exams.
Monday, February 4/Tuesday, February 5
Note Taking Strategies: Active listening and effective note taking are crucial skills for academic success. Learn how to take notes that will improve your in-class experience and enhance understanding of the material.
Monday, February 18/Tuesday, February 19
Time Management II. Learn how to manage yourself so you can manage your time. If you missed the first workshop on time management you have the opportunity to attend this one. We will discuss the most common ways that waste time and reasons for procrastination as well as strategies for success!
Monday, March 4/Tuesday, March 5
Improve Study Habits. Learn the key components to successful study habits. Evaluate your current ones and learn new strategies that will help you study more effectively.
Monday, March 18/Tuesday, March 19
Communication Skills! Relationship troubles start with ineffective communication. This workshop will teach you how to become more assertive and will help you improve your professional and personal relationships.
Monday, April 1/Tuesday, April 2
Time Management III. Time management is essential if you are to succeed at school. Learn how to manage yourself so you can manage your time. Become a skilled manager of your time and help others in the class as they develop their own strategies for better time management!
Monday, April 15/Tuesday, April 16
Control Presentation Anxiety! Do you stress out when you have presentations for class? Do you feel self-conscious when you are around others? Learn how to overcome stress and how to build your confidence.
Questions? Contact Aphrodite Beidler at 372-7153 or email@example.com