Academic Skills and Success Workshops focus on building skills necessary to succeed in college. Although not always tied to a specific class, the skills you learn with us will help you in a variety of courses throughout your academic career. Topics include proofreading, close reading to develop a thesis, as well as English language support.
Are you behind on your work this semester and planning to get it all done over spring break? Join the ULC for a time management workshop that will help you make the most out of your time. Set up a plan to accomplish your work goals and get back on track! RSVP below.
By using their own drafts, students will learn and apply valuable proofreading strategies that will help them polish their pieces before submission, alleviating careless mistakes and the grade reductions that may accompany them. Proofreading Clinics will be offered weekly with the exception of Spring Break. RSVP below!
Students are expected to bring a draft of their own writing. 45 - 50 minutes.
All workshops are scheduled to last 45 - 60 minutes, and are held in one of our two locations (unless otherwise noted):
Visit the ULC for the Peer Academic Coaches walk-in hours for one-to-one help as well!
In addition to subject-matter tutoring, the ULC's Peer Academic Coaches can help you improve your learning skills and techniques. Whether you need assistance managing your time and putting together an appropriate study plan, or would like some tips and advice on note-making or efficient reading, our Coaches are here to help you. Like all of our Learning Assistants, the Coaches are your peers, and want to pass along the tips they wish they'd had before! Come to our Academic Skills Workshops to learn how to become a better student, or visit them one-on-one for specific advice.