A typical workshop lasts approximately 1 hour. Workshops are provided for academic classes, campus departments, and undergraduate student organizations on campus. A wide range of topics are offered, from preparing for exams to time management to study skills.
Students respond to challenges, setbacks, or constructive feedback in different ways and this is primarily because of their mindset on their growth. This workshop will have students look at their goals and role models to understand and plan for how much work and effort it takes to succeed, and how academic ability is not static, but rather a product of their time, effort, and interest in the goals they set for themselves.
Students will build a practical study plan for their final exams by exploring personal study strategies and practicing how to break exam materials down into smaller study units.
This workshop presents beneficial academic and financial-based mobile applications for students to use in their everyday lives. The apps focus on studying effectively, managing time, staying on task, as well as maintaining a budget or savings plan, learning about credit, minimizing frivolous spending, and investing.
Money Management Workshops
Fortify your knowledge of personal financial concepts and find tools to incorporate good financial practices into your daily life.
Are you interested in setting financial goals but unsure where to start? Learn how to develop a budget and get tips for long-term budget maintenance.
Explore the basics of credit and discuss credit reports and credit scores. We will help you determine whether or not you're ready for a credit card and take next steps with you from there.
Moving off-campus for the first-time? Have a tighter budget than last year? This is an interactive workshop designed to give you tools to pay the bills and balance a budget.
Learn more about the student loan process and prepare for successful repayment.
National Student Exchange Workshops
This workshop gives an overview of the National Student Exchange program and how it operates. A full one-hour session can be done or a shorter 15-minute presentation. Please note which type of session you would like when you complete the form. The 15-minute session is a brief overview of the program and how it operates. The hour long session will include all the information in the 15-minute session, plus discussion about different cultures and traditions across North America, trivia, and more. When available past student participants will join the session for discussion on their experiences.
Workshops for Organizations
Submit a request form to have the Student Success Center facilitate a workshop for your organization or residence hall. A staff member will follow-up with you within two to three business days.
Workshops are approximately 1 hour long and must be held in an environment that is conducive to student learning. Please submit all requests at least two weeks in advance.
Cover Your Class
Submit a request form to have the Student Success Center facilitate a workshop for your class. A staff member will follow-up with you within two to three business days. Please submit all requests at least two weeks in advance. If you teach University 101 and are interested in a Student Success Center presentation, visit University 101 Programs for more information.