Seminar Series on Academic Success
The Student Success Center follows the university's guidance on Covid-19 safety protocols. Please plan to follow all university Covid guidelines at our events.
Our services have now concluded for the 21-22 academic year! We will post our Fall 2022 seminar schedule by the second week of classes in the fall.
Our Seminar Series on Academic Success provides free, interactive, small-group presentations for students of any level or discipline who want to develop their academic success skills. We focus on presenting research-based skills and strategies in an accessible way. Seminars are led by our friendly peer academic coaches, who are also available for individual appointments.
To request disability accommodations, please contact us at least 10 business days prior to the seminar you would like to attend.
Fall 2022 Seminars
Do you ever wish there were just a few more hours in each day? Do you wonder how you’ll ever be able to accomplish everything you need to do? Time management is a challenge for many students, but attending this seminar can help you get organized and learn how to use your time more effectively, leaving time for both school and fun!
Tuesday, September 13
Wednesday, October 12
Wednesday, October 26
Monday, November 7
Fall 2022 Library Seminars
We’re happy to announce the following seminars presented by our partners in the University Libraries!
What do companies really want with your data? How much do you need to worry about protecting your privacy? Improve your situational awareness in digital spaces and learn strategies to fight back against surveillance and manipulation.
Fall 2022 dates TBA
Other Seminar Options
Hoping to offer one of our seminars in your class? You can request a seminar presentation here. (Link is now active for fall seminar requests!)
If our live seminars do not fit your schedule, visit our Canvas site to see short recordings and reflective questions on each of our seminar topics.
Want to discuss these topics one-on-one? Schedule an appointment with one of our peer academic coaches.