Academic Success Workshops

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As part of its mission to support students’ academic achievement the Center for Academic Success has contacted all students who have 2 or more “U” grades on their Midterm Progress Reports.  This is to remind students that there is still time to make positive changes and encourage them to take advantage of opportunities such as tutoring, PLUS sessions (in Calc I, II, III, and ISYE 2027), and upcoming Academic Success Workshops. Below are some other academic outreach programs that can help any student:

Academic Success Workshops
The Center for Academic Success is offering several upcoming relevant workshops.  Each workshop is open to everyone, takes 50 minutes, and is in Clough Commons.  In the next month, students can participate in workshops including “to drop or not?”; reading and note-taking in math courses; study strategies for physics; test preparation; and tips for reading textbooks. These are offered on the following dates:
Feb. 28         11:00-12:00   Clough 280
Feb. 29           4:00-5:00     Clough 127
Mar. 1             6:00-7:00    Clough 325
Mar. 2             3:00-4:00    Clough 127

A complete list of workshops is available here.

Academic Coaching
If you are motivated to work on topics such as study skills, learning strategies, time management, and academic goal setting, you are encouraged to consider Academic Coaching.  This program provides students with a chance to work individually with a professional staff member to improve their academic skills, confidence, and performance.  Students can set up an appointment, or Advisors can refer them, online.

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