Check out these great workshops offered each semester.
Visit the events calendar to see when they are offered.
This interactive workshop will assist you in developing time management strategies to make this your best semester yet!
Make it happen: goal setting
Setting goals is a key to academic success. Learn how to set SMART goals and begin the process of making your goals a reality.
Study smarter, not harder
Students have many responsibilities in and outside of the classroom. This workshop will help you make the most out of what you’re learning, improve your test preparation, and strengthen test performance.
Your mindset matters!
Year after year we hear this as we go through school, and now there is research to justify what we’ve been told. Come to this workshop to learn more and leave empowered to apply this principle to reach your full potential.
The A Game
Get an academic edge and learn the nine steps to better grades, as featured in the book The A Game: Nine Steps to Better Grades by Kenneth Sufka
Help! I need scholarly articles
Want some great tips on how to find scholarly articles? Have some questions about using library resources? Come to this informal workshop to get the help you need.
Self-care in stressful times
Learn to maintain a healthier work/life/school balance. Gain skills to improve wellness despite your busy and sometimes stressful life.
Emotional intelligence: understanding ourselves and others
Come take an interactive assessment and learn what role you can play in leadership positions, classes, work and your everyday life.
The learning zone
“Life begins at the edge of your comfort zone.” Learn how stepping out of your comfort zone and into the learning zone can help you grow both personally and professionally.
Learn new skills and strategies to help you manage test anxiety and succeed in your academic endeavors.
Excel using your strengths
Learn to discover and apply your strengths towards achieving excellence in this interactive workshop.
Quantitative Skills Center workshops
Need assistance with a TI-83/84 calculator, a TI-89 or higher calculator, Mathematica, Matlab, or R for statistics? Let us know.
Can't find a workshop that fits your schedule? Schedule an individual study consultation.
Questions? For answers, come by the Student Resource Center, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 360-546-9155.