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 Academic Success  -  Wednesday, October 5, 2016 - 5:00 pm-7:00 pm - Room LB-25
Workshop Opened
Description

A mandatory workshop for students placed on academic alert or probation based on unsatisfactory academic performance. Causes, impact on future retention, and other related topics will be discussed. Presentation will emphasize tools, strategies, and support services available to students to regain control of their academic career and successfully reach their goals.

IMPORTANT NOTES:
Attendance in one session is required prior to next term registration. Please do not register for multiple sessions. Allow ample time before and after your scheduled session to avoid time conflict.
Students who previously attended this workshop cannot repeat it and must satisfy another set of requirements (see Registrar for info).

Bring your Student ID card to the workshop.

 *Special Topic: Study Skills and Test-Taking Strategies  -  Friday, October 7, 2016 - 1:00 pm-2:30 pm - Room LB-14
Workshop Opened
Description

Instructor: Student Learning Center
READ IMPORTANT NOTES BELOW! *Special Topic: Study Skills and Test-Taking Strategies Not sure if you’re using the right methods to study? Do you get anxious before taking exams? This workshop will review different studying techniques to help you prepare for your exams. Test taking strategies will be discussed and practiced so that you may be more relaxed and ready for your tests! IMPORTANT NOTES: Special Topic Workshops are elective and open to any student. Designed to facilitate and enhance learning processes for success in college, they however will not replace the mandatory 2-hour Academic Success workshop. Continued Probation students and Repeaters may use Special Topic workshops to meet the Support Services Requirements. Bring your Student ID and attendance cards to these workshops.

 Special Topic: Money and Budgeting Basics  -  Friday, October 21, 2016 - 11:00 am-12:00 pm - Rm A-204
Workshop Opened
Description

Instructor: Mark Alpert / Single Stop
READ IMPORTANT NOTES BELOW! *Special Topic:Money and Budgeting Basics: Banking Basics, Budgeting Basics, Measures of Financial Health, and Prioritizing Expenses. Mark Alpert from the New York Legal Assistance Group (NYLAG) will discuss the above topics. Single Stop and NYLAG have a partnership to provide one-on-one Financial Counseling to students and their immediate family members. Mark is on campus every Wednesday by appointment for a confidential consultation. IMPORTANT NOTES: Special Topic Workshops are elective and open to any student. Designed to facilitate and enhance learning processes for success in college, they however will not replace the mandatory 2-hour Academic Success workshop. Continued Probation students and Repeaters may use Special Topic workshops to meet the Support Services Requirements. Bring your Student ID and attendance cards to these workshops.

 Special Topic: Taking Ownership of Your Education  -  Monday, October 24 - 11:10 am-12:40 pm - Room LB-15
Workshop Opened
Description

Instructor: Katwicia Desruisseaux
READ IMPORTANT NOTES BELOW! *Special Topic: Taking Ownership of Your Education This workshop will explore the benefits of adopting a creator mindset. Students will learn that their choices create the outcomes and experiences of their lives. This will help students to consciously design the future they want, starting with getting the most out of their education here at QCC. IMPORTANT NOTES: This does not replace the 2-hour mandatory workshop. Special Topic Workshops are elective and open to any student. Designed to facilitate and enhance learning processes for success in college, they however will not replace the mandatory 2-hour Academic Success workshop. Continued Probation students and Repeaters may use Special Topic workshops to meet the Support Services Requirements. Bring your Student ID and attendance cards to these workshops. Session starts promptly at 11:10. You must come 10mns early for sign-in purposes. 1.5 hrs
Inactive Workshops

*Special Topic: Proper Study Habits  -  Friday, September 30, 2016 -10:10 am-11:40 am - Room A -204
Description

Instructor: J. Urciuoli
READ IMPORTANT NOTES BELOW! *Special Topic: Proper Study Habits We will review the following areas: your learning style, appropriate places to study, how to prepare to study, and effective techniques on how to study (e.g., mnemonic devices, study by association, etc.) based on your learning styles. IMPORTANT NOTES: This does not replace the 2-hour mandatory workshop. Special Topic Workshops are elective and open to any student. Designed to facilitate and enhance learning processes for success in college, they however will not replace the mandatory 2-hour Academic Success workshop. Continued Probation students and Repeaters may use Special Topic workshops to meet the Support Services Requirements. Bring your Student ID and attendance cards to these workshops.

*Special Topic: Are All Textbooks the Same? How to Demystify Your Textbook  -  Friday, September 30, 2016 - 1:00 pm-2:30 pm - LB-14
Description

Instructor: Student Learning Center
READ IMPORTANT NOTES BELOW! *Special Topic: Are All Textbooks the Same? Learn How to Demystify Your Textbook How is your history textbook different from your science textbook? In this workshop you will discover the unique styles of textbooks in different subjects and learn strategies to help you become a better reader. IMPORTANT NOTES: Special Topic Workshops are elective and open to any student. Designed to facilitate and enhance learning processes for success in college, they however will not replace the mandatory 2-hour Academic Success workshop. Continued Probation students and Repeaters may use Special Topic workshops to meet the Support Services Requirements. Bring your Student ID and attendance cards to these workshops.

Academic Success   -  Monday, October 3 - 11:00 am-1:00 pm - Room LB-15
Description

NOTE: THIS SESSION WILL BE RUNNING, ALTHOUGH NO REGULAR CLASSES ARE SCHEDULED! mandatory workshop for students placed on academic alert or probation based on unsatisfactory academic performance. Causes, impact on future retention, and other related topics will be discussed. Presentation will emphasize tools, strategies, and support services available to students to regain control of their academic career and successfully reach their goals.

IMPORTANT NOTES:
Attendance in one session is required prior to next term registration. Please do not register for multiple sessions. Allow ample time before and after your scheduled session to avoid time conflict.
Students who previously attended this workshop cannot repeat it and must satisfy another set of requirements (see Registrar for info).

Bring your Student ID card to the workshop.

Academic Success  -  Friday, October 7, 2016 - 10:00 am-12:00 pm - Room A-204
Description

A mandatory workshop for students placed on academic alert or probation based on unsatisfactory academic performance. Causes, impact on future retention, and other related topics will be discussed. Presentation will emphasize tools, strategies, and support services available to students to regain control of their academic career and successfully reach their goals.

IMPORTANT NOTES:
Attendance in one session is required prior to next term registration. Please do not register for multiple sessions. Allow ample time before and after your scheduled session to avoid time conflict.
Students who previously attended this workshop cannot repeat it and must satisfy another set of requirements (see Registrar for info).

Bring your Student ID card to the workshop.

Academic Success (Columbus Break Session)  -  Tuesday,October 11, 2016 -5pm-7pm - Rm LB-25
Description

A mandatory workshop for students placed on academic alert or probation based on unsatisfactory academic performance. Causes, impact on future retention, and other related topics will be discussed. Presentation will emphasize tools, strategies, and support services available to students to regain control of their academic career and successfully reach their goals.

IMPORTANT NOTES:
Attendance in one session is required prior to next term registration. Please do not register for multiple sessions. Allow ample time before and after your scheduled session to avoid time conflict.
Students who previously attended this workshop cannot repeat it and must satisfy another set of requirements (see Registrar for info).

Bring your Student ID card to the workshop.

Academic Success  -  Thursday, October 13, 2016 -2pm-4pm - Rm S-214
Description

A mandatory workshop for students placed on academic alert or probation based on unsatisfactory academic performance. Causes, impact on future retention, and other related topics will be discussed. Presentation will emphasize tools, strategies, and support services available to students to regain control of their academic career and successfully reach their goals.

IMPORTANT NOTES:
Attendance in one session is required prior to next term registration. Please do not register for multiple sessions. Allow ample time before and after your scheduled session to avoid time conflict.
Students who previously attended this workshop cannot repeat it and must satisfy another set of requirements (see Registrar for info).

Bring your Student ID card to the workshop.

Academic Success   -  Monday, October 17 - 11:00 am-1:00 pm - Room LB-15
Description

A mandatory workshop for students placed on academic alert or probation based on unsatisfactory academic performance. Causes, impact on future retention, and other related topics will be discussed. Presentation will emphasize tools, strategies, and support services available to students to regain control of their academic career and successfully reach their goals.

IMPORTANT NOTES:
Attendance in one session is required prior to next term registration. Please do not register for multiple sessions. Allow ample time before and after your scheduled session to avoid time conflict.
Students who previously attended this workshop cannot repeat it and must satisfy another set of requirements (see Registrar for info).

Bring your Student ID card to the workshop.

Academic Success  -  Wednesday, October 19, 2016 - 5:00 pm-7:00 pm - Room LB-25
Description

A mandatory workshop for students placed on academic alert or probation based on unsatisfactory academic performance. Causes, impact on future retention, and other related topics will be discussed. Presentation will emphasize tools, strategies, and support services available to students to regain control of their academic career and successfully reach their goals.

IMPORTANT NOTES:
Attendance in one session is required prior to next term registration. Please do not register for multiple sessions. Allow ample time before and after your scheduled session to avoid time conflict.
Students who previously attended this workshop cannot repeat it and must satisfy another set of requirements (see Registrar for info).

Bring your Student ID card to the workshop.

Academic Success  -  Thursday, October 20, 2016 -2pm-4pm - Rm S-214
Description

A mandatory workshop for students placed on academic alert or probation based on unsatisfactory academic performance. Causes, impact on future retention, and other related topics will be discussed. Presentation will emphasize tools, strategies, and support services available to students to regain control of their academic career and successfully reach their goals.

IMPORTANT NOTES:
Attendance in one session is required prior to next term registration. Please do not register for multiple sessions. Allow ample time before and after your scheduled session to avoid time conflict.
Students who previously attended this workshop cannot repeat it and must satisfy another set of requirements (see Registrar for info).

Bring your Student ID card to the workshop.

Academic Success  -  Tuesday, October 25, 2016 - 5:00 pm-7:00 pm - Room LB-25
Description

A mandatory workshop for students placed on academic alert or probation based on unsatisfactory academic performance. Causes, impact on future retention, and other related topics will be discussed. Presentation will emphasize tools, strategies, and support services available to students to regain control of their academic career and successfully reach their goals.

IMPORTANT NOTES:
Attendance in one session is required prior to next term registration. Please do not register for multiple sessions. Allow ample time before and after your scheduled session to avoid time conflict.
Students who previously attended this workshop cannot repeat it and must satisfy another set of requirements (see Registrar for info).

Bring your Student ID card to the workshop.

Academic Success  -  Thursday, October 27, 2016 -2pm-4pm - Rm S-214
Description

A mandatory workshop for students placed on academic alert or probation based on unsatisfactory academic performance. Causes, impact on future retention, and other related topics will be discussed. Presentation will emphasize tools, strategies, and support services available to students to regain control of their academic career and successfully reach their goals.

IMPORTANT NOTES:
Attendance in one session is required prior to next term registration. Please do not register for multiple sessions. Allow ample time before and after your scheduled session to avoid time conflict.
Students who previously attended this workshop cannot repeat it and must satisfy another set of requirements (see Registrar for info).

Bring your Student ID card to the workshop.

Academic Success  -  Monday, October 31 - 11:00 am-1:00 pm - Room LB-15
Description

A mandatory workshop for students placed on academic alert or probation based on unsatisfactory academic performance. Causes, impact on future retention, and other related topics will be discussed. Presentation will emphasize tools, strategies, and support services available to students to regain control of their academic career and successfully reach their goals.

IMPORTANT NOTES:
Attendance in one session is required prior to next term registration. Please do not register for multiple sessions. Allow ample time before and after your scheduled session to avoid time conflict.
Students who previously attended this workshop cannot repeat it and must satisfy another set of requirements (see Registrar for info).

Bring your Student ID card to the workshop.

Academic Success  -  Wednesday, November 2, 2016 - 5:00 pm-7:00 pm - Room LB-25
Description

A mandatory workshop for students placed on academic alert or probation based on unsatisfactory academic performance. Causes, impact on future retention, and other related topics will be discussed. Presentation will emphasize tools, strategies, and support services available to students to regain control of their academic career and successfully reach their goals.

IMPORTANT NOTES:
Attendance in one session is required prior to next term registration. Please do not register for multiple sessions. Allow ample time before and after your scheduled session to avoid time conflict.
Students who previously attended this workshop cannot repeat it and must satisfy another set of requirements (see Registrar for info).

Bring your Student ID card to the workshop.

Academic Success  -  Thursday, November 3, 2016 -2pm-4pm - Rm S-214
Description

A mandatory workshop for students placed on academic alert or probation based on unsatisfactory academic performance. Causes, impact on future retention, and other related topics will be discussed. Presentation will emphasize tools, strategies, and support services available to students to regain control of their academic career and successfully reach their goals.

IMPORTANT NOTES:
Attendance in one session is required prior to next term registration. Please do not register for multiple sessions. Allow ample time before and after your scheduled session to avoid time conflict.
Students who previously attended this workshop cannot repeat it and must satisfy another set of requirements (see Registrar for info).

Bring your Student ID card to the workshop.

Academic Success  -  Friday, November 4, 2016 - 10:00 am-12:00 pm - Room A-204
Description

A mandatory workshop for students placed on academic alert or probation based on unsatisfactory academic performance. Causes, impact on future retention, and other related topics will be discussed. Presentation will emphasize tools, strategies, and support services available to students to regain control of their academic career and successfully reach their goals.

IMPORTANT NOTES:
Attendance in one session is required prior to next term registration. Please do not register for multiple sessions. Allow ample time before and after your scheduled session to avoid time conflict.
Students who previously attended this workshop cannot repeat it and must satisfy another set of requirements (see Registrar for info).

Bring your Student ID card to the workshop.

*Special Topic: Making Your Textbook Work for You  -  Friday, November 4, 2016 - 1:00 pm-2:30 pm - Room LB-14
Description

Instructor: Student Learning Center
READ IMPORTANT NOTES BELOW! *Special Topic: Making Your Textbook Work for You Designed to facilitate and improve your learning process,this workshop will teach you strategies for improving your understanding of a textbook. You will learn the benefits of previewing a text, the purpose of critical thinking while reading, and how to get the most out of each chapter. IMPORTANT NOTES: Special Topic Workshops are elective and open to any student. Designed to facilitate and enhance learning processes for success in college, they however will not replace the mandatory 2-hour Academic Success workshop. Continued Probation students and Repeaters may use Special Topic workshops to meet the Support Services Requirements. Bring your Student ID and attendance cards to these workshops.

Academic Success  -  Monday, November 7, 2016 - 11:00 am- 1:00 pm - Room LB-15
Description

A mandatory workshop for students placed on academic alert or probation based on unsatisfactory academic performance. Causes, impact on future retention, and other related topics will be discussed. Presentation will emphasize tools, strategies, and support services available to students to regain control of their academic career and successfully reach their goals.

IMPORTANT NOTES:
Attendance in one session is required prior to next term registration. Please do not register for multiple sessions. Allow ample time before and after your scheduled session to avoid time conflict.
Students who previously attended this workshop cannot repeat it and must satisfy another set of requirements (see Registrar for info).

Bring your Student ID card to the workshop.

Academic Success  -  Tuesday, November 08, 2016 - 5:00 pm-7:00 pm - Room LB-25
Description

A mandatory workshop for students placed on academic alert or probation based on unsatisfactory academic performance. Causes, impact on future retention, and other related topics will be discussed. Presentation will emphasize tools, strategies, and support services available to students to regain control of their academic career and successfully reach their goals.

IMPORTANT NOTES:
Attendance in one session is required prior to next term registration. Please do not register for multiple sessions. Allow ample time before and after your scheduled session to avoid time conflict.
Students who previously attended this workshop cannot repeat it and must satisfy another set of requirements (see Registrar for info).

Bring your Student ID card to the workshop.

Academic Success  -  Thursday, November 10, 2016 -2pm-4pm - Rm S-214
Description

Last Workshop before Withdrawal Deadline!! A mandatory workshop for students placed on academic alert or probation based on unsatisfactory academic performance. Causes, impact on future retention, and other related topics will be discussed. Presentation will emphasize tools, strategies, and support services available to students to regain control of their academic career and successfully reach their goals.

IMPORTANT NOTES:
Attendance in one session is required prior to next term registration. Please do not register for multiple sessions. Allow ample time before and after your scheduled session to avoid time conflict.
Students who previously attended this workshop cannot repeat it and must satisfy another set of requirements (see Registrar for info).

Bring your Student ID card to the workshop.