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 Academic Success  -  Thursday, May 5, 2016 - 2pm-4pm - Rm H-446
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 the Support Services Requirements (see Registrar for info).

Bring your Student ID card to the workshop.

 Academic Success  -  Tuesday, May 10, 2016 - 5pm-7pm - Rm H-308
Workshop Opened
Description

FINAL WEEK. 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 the Support Services Requirements (see Registrar for info).

Bring your Student ID card to the workshop.

 *Special Topic: Stress Busters  -  Thursday,May 12 - 2:30 pm-3:30 pm - Room H-446
Workshop Opened
Description

Instructor: Carrie diamond-Feldman
READ IMPORTANT NOTES BELOW! *Special Topic: Stress Busters With finals approaching it's a perfect time to talk about stress and learn some strategies for managing it so it doesn't get in your way. 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: Study Skills and Test-Taking Strategies  -  Monday, May 16, 2016 - 1 pm-2 pm - H-230
Workshop Opened
Description

Instructor: Jill Jackowski
READ IMPORTANT NOTES BELOW! *Special Topic: Study Skills and Test-Taking Strategies When Studying, think Strategy! When taking tests, go to the essentials fast! This presentation will cover the "Three Critical Stages" : How to prepare before exams, Strategies to use during exams, What to do after each exam to help you on the next one. 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.
Inactive Workshops

Academic Success  -  Thursday, February 18, 2016 - 2pm-4pm - Rm H-446
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 the Support Services Requirements (see Registrar for info).

Bring your Student ID card to the workshop.

Academic Success  -  Wednesday, March 2, 2016 - 5pm-7pm - Rm H-308
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 the Support Services Requirements (see Registrar for info).

Bring your Student ID card to the workshop.

*Special Topic: Making Your Textbook Work for You  -  Monday, March 7, 2016 - 12:00 pm-1:30 pm - H-230
Description

Instructor: Alexandra Nestoras
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  -  Tuesday, March 8, 2016 - 5pm-7pm - Rm H-308
Description

FINAL WEEK. 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 the Support Services Requirements (see Registrar for info).

Bring your Student ID card to the workshop.

*Special Topic: Time Management  -  Tuesday, March 15 - 5:00 pm-6:30 pm - Room H-308
Description

Instructor: Jennifer Klein
READ IMPORTANT NOTES BELOW! *Special Topic: Time Management Discussion of developing action plans, focusing on priorities and important issues that can improve time management and discuss the issues that hinder students’ time. 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  -  Wednesday, March 16, 2016 - 5pm-7pm - Rm H-308
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 the Support Services Requirements (see Registrar for info).

Bring your Student ID card to the workshop.

Academic Success  -  Thursday, March 17, 2016 - 2pm-4pm - Rm H-446
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 the Support Services Requirements (see Registrar for info).

Bring your Student ID card to the workshop.

*Special Topic: Lecture Note-Taking: Why Bother?  -  Monday, March 21, 2016 - 12:00 pm-1:30 pm - H-230
Description

Instructor: K. Salvador & L. Nitschke
READ IMPORTANT NOTES BELOW! *Special Topic: Lecture Note-Taking: Why Bother? Designed to facilitate and improve your learning process, this workshop will teach you efficient note-taking strategies. Discover your learning style, learn different ways of note-taking, and get practical tips for improving your note-taking skills. 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  -  Wednesday, March 30, 2016 - 5pm-7pm - Rm H-308
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:Understanding Your Degree Audit  -  Wednesday, March 30, 2016 - 12pm-1pm - Rm L-117
Description

READ IMPORTANT NOTES BELOW! *Special Topic: Understanding Your Degree Audit: Learn about your degree requirements in this hands-on workshop. Prepare for your advisement session and future registration and learn how to monitor and fix your GPA.Understanding Your Degree Audit: Learn about your degree requirements in this hands-on workshop. Prepare for your advisement session and future registration and learn how to monitor and fix your GPA. 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: Strategies to Succeed as a College Student   -  Wednesday, March 30, 2016 - 1pm-2pm - Rm H-334
Description

Instructor: Dr. Bygrave
READ IMPORTANT NOTES BELOW! *Special Topic: Strategies to Succeed as a College Student Topics such as resources, unrealistic expectations, overload, in-class behavior, and stress will be discussed. Students are expected to participate actively in the discussion. 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.

Academic Success  -  Thursday, March 31, 2016 - 2pm-4pm - Rm H-446
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 the Support Services Requirements (see Registrar for info).

Bring your Student ID card to the workshop.

Academic Success  -  Tuesday, April 5, 2016 - 5pm-7pm - Rm H-308
Description

FINAL WEEK. 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 the Support Services Requirements (see Registrar for info).

Bring your Student ID card to the workshop.

Academic Success  -  Wednesday, April 13, 2016 - 5pm-7pm - Rm H-308
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 the Support Services Requirements (see Registrar for info).

Bring your Student ID card to the workshop.

*Special Topic: Are All Textbooks the Same? How to Demystify Your Textbook  -  Wednesday, April 13, 2016 - 12:00 pm-1:30 pm - H-334
Description

Instructor: K. Salvador & L. Nitschke
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  -  Tuesday, April 19, 2016 - 5pm-7pm - Rm H-308
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 the Support Services Requirements (see Registrar for info).

Bring your Student ID card to the workshop.

Academic Success  -  Wednesday, April 20, 2016 - 12pm-2pm - Rm H-334
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 the Support Services Requirements (see Registrar for info).

Bring your Student ID card to the workshop.

*Special Topic: Stress Busters  -  Wednesday, April 20 - 6:00 pm-7:00 pm - Room H-308
Description

Instructor: Carrie diamond-Feldman
READ IMPORTANT NOTES BELOW! *Special Topic: Stress Busters With finals approaching it's a perfect time to talk about stress and learn some strategies for managing it so it doesn't get in your way. 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  -  Thursday, April 21, 2016 - 2pm-4pm - Rm H-446
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 the Support Services Requirements (see Registrar for info).

Bring your Student ID card to the workshop.

Academic Success: Spring Break Session  -  Tuesday, April 26 - 11:00 am- 1:00 pm - Room S-111
Description

**SPRING BREAK SESSION** Important Message: This session is one of the last ones for the Spring Semester! Students who do not complete their requirement by May 11 will have to complete it in the Summer prior to registering for next term. 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 the Support Services Requirements (see Registrar for info).

Bring your Student ID card to the workshop.

Academic Success: Spring Break Session  -  Wednesday, April 27 - 5:00 pm-7:00 pm - Room LB-14
Description

**SPRING BREAK SESSION** Important Message: This session is one of the last ones for the Spring Semester! Students who do not complete their requirement by May 11 will have to complete it in the Summer prior to registering for next term. 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 the Support Services Requirements (see Registrar for info).

Bring your Student ID card to the workshop.

Academic Success  -  Monday,May 2, 2016 -12pm-2pm - Rm H-230
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 the Support Services Requirements (see Registrar for info).

Bring your Student ID card to the workshop.

Academic Success  -  Wednesday, May 4, 2016 - 5pm-7pm - Rm H-308
Description

Instructor: Cheryl Siporin
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 the Support Services Requirements (see Registrar for info).

Bring your Student ID card to the workshop.

Academic Success: LAST Workshop  -  Wednesday, May 11, 2016 - 12pm-2pm - Rm H-334
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 the Support Services Requirements (see Registrar for info).

Bring your Student ID card to the workshop.