Succeeding in College Workshops
Finding college different from high school? Feeling overwhelmed? Not sure where to start? You aren't alone! Enroll in these workshops to find the support you need!
Get the most out of your first-year experience! This workshop will discuss differences between high school and college-level work. Discussions will focus on how to understand and successfully adjust to professors' expectations of academic scholarship. Additionally, strategies will be introduced to help you find meaning, purpose, and fulfillment in college learning.
This course will offer time and life-management strategies so
that you can succeed in your classes. Facilitators will also suggest strategies
for studying, note taking, reading, researching, and test taking.
This course will offer time and life-management strategies so that you can succeed in your classes. Facilitators will also suggest strategies for studying, note taking, reading, researching, and test taking.
This group will choose a book to read and discuss. While meetings will be informal and offer refreshments, the facilitator will also lead the group in finding interdisciplinary themes that could form the basis for research papers and presentations in future coursework.
Needing help preparing for the PPST or GRE? We can help.
These courses will help you prepare for the reading, writing, and mathematics sections of the Praxis I (PPST). You may sign up for all three courses, or a specific content area. As a participant in these courses, you agree to share your scores for each section of the Pre-Professional Skills Test with the instructors.
To register for these courses, please visit the Academic Learning Center,
007 (ITT) Innovative Teaching and Technology Center (M-F 8:00-5:00), or
telephone during offive hours at 273-2361. You
may also register online.