ASC Study Tip- LOTS of FREE Resources on campus!

Review & Reflect Regularly- What’s working? What’s not? Make a plan to adjust. Don’t wait until you are doing poorly to seek out help- seek out resources before it’s too late to turn things around! Many FREE resources are available to you: Your professors and academic advisor Your RA and/or RD Academic Success Center Tutoring …

Do you need a tutor for your remote classes?

The Academic Success Center is still assigning tutors for most 100 & 200 level courses! The required information and expectation session is now embedded into our application- just indicate you still need it and you will be directed to the required info. We will accept applications until Monday, April 6. Please see the ASC website/ …

Now easier to apply for an ASC tutor!

The Academic Success Center (ASC) has made it easier to apply for a tutor! A tutoring information and expectations meeting is required only once a year. If you had a tutor Fall 2019, you can apply right on the ASC website. If you did not have a tutor Fall 2019, you will need to attend …

Tutoring Slots are Filling up!

The ASC has been assigning a lot of tutors! Some courses are getting close to filling and wait lists will have to be started. If you are considering applying for a tutor we encourage you to do so soon! You can work with a tutor once or the entire semester! The best way to determine …

Are you procrastinating? Watch this video for inspiration!

Exams are looming! Projects are impending! Are you struggling to get motivated? Watch this video created by students from Indiana University Bloomington for some inspiration and encouragement! (It’s only 3 minutes so the ASC gives you permission to pause your studies to watch it!) Beat Procrastination! Eat that Frog!

ASC Count Down to Final Exams

Proven Methods for Improved Final Exam Preparation and Focus Based on a 2013 article by Shaniese Alston, Office of New Media of the State University of New York Say NO to cramming: Study in 20-50 minute increments and give yourself 5-10 minutes in between. By distributing learning over time versus cramming, you will typically gain …

5-STEP FINAL EXAM WEEK PREPARATION – Part II

1. Divide up your time. • Spend Time Studying for the Exams that Carry the Most Weight. • Focus Your Time on Difficult Classes – spend the majority of your time on the classes where your grade is borderline. 2. Stay alert. • Get a good night’s SLEEP! Your brain can’t function properly without 7-8 hours …