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Student Success Series

The Student Success Series is a curriculum of workshops designed to strengthen students' learning and study skills. Workshops are taught by the Academic Services staff and Peer Educators. The cycle of workshops will be offered each semester. Students who attend workshops will be invited to celebrate their success with a Student Success certification ceremony and reception in April.

Benefits of attending workshops include:

  • Improve your memory and test scores
  • Get more connected with your peers
  • Be a stronger candidate when applying to be a CARL, FYL, Peer Mentor or Peer Tutor
  • Reach your full potential as a college student and beyond!

If you have questions or would like more information, please contact Academic Services at

2019 Fall Workshop Schedule 

All workshops are held in St. Joseph Hall 10.


4:00 - 4:50 p.m.
1:00 - 1:50 p.m.

Where I’ve Been, Where I Am, Where I’m Going: Let’s set this semester in motion with a positive mindset and goal-setting! 

Aug. 28

Aug. 29

Organizing for Success: We will analyze syllabi, note important dates, and create the “big picture” of your semester. * Bring all of your course syllabi with you. If they are online only, you will need to print them off and bring them with you!

Sept. 4

Sept. 5

Learn How to Learn - Adopt metacognition learning strategies to improve your academic success.

Sept. 11 

*This workshop will be held in Montesi, Buckman Hall. 

Sept. 12

*This workshop will be held in Montesi, Buckman Hall. 

Reading Strategies - Learn three ways to improve your reading comprehension.

Sept. 18

Sept. 19

Classroom Success - Get the most out of your time in class. Find out how your classmates and your instructors are valuable resources for your success. 

Sept. 25

Sept. 26

Midterm Preparation - Review notetaking, organization, and study strategies for different types of courses. Analyze your academic performance so far and make changes accordingly to prepare for midterms.

Oct. 2

No Workshop due to campus-wide event. Details to follow.