Keep a calendar of class times, study times, tutoring sessions, and meetings with advisors or instructors and any other commitments you have. Use Google Calendar and sync it to your phone. Planning and managing your time will reduce stress and help you accomplish more. The ASC has printable calendars for your use. Stop by or […]
Overwhelmed by finals? College Info Geek has gathered resources that may be helpful as you prepare for the end of the semester. The Ultimate Guide for Studying for Final Exams includes links with useful tips and tricks on everything from breaking through a lack of motivation for studying to maintaining focus and concentration to test-taking […]
Hope’s Digital Teaching and Learning blog has dedicated posts this month to universal design for learning (UDL). Take some time to click on the links and read about how UDL may be helpful during the development your courses. Center for Applied Special Technology, Harvard University (CAST)
All Academic Success Center (ASC) services are free of charge. Request tutoring in a 100 or 200 level course: NEW THIS SEMESTER: Come to a required 30 minute information session before applying! After you attend a session, you can apply for a tutor online without an additional appointment. All information sessions will be held in VanZoeren […]
We have a new team member working for Disability Services! Megan Herzog stepped into the recently created position of Services Assistant this past November. The majority of Megan’s work is behind the scenes (Literally. Her work station is around the corner from the front desk of the ASC.) and involves lots and lots of sticky […]
Jeanne Lindell and Carrie Dattels from Disability Services facilitated a discussion on equal access for students with disabilities for faculty and staff. You can read about the information that was discussed at the HHMI Discussion Group blog. Student Success Lunch and Learn 3: Equal Access for Students with Disabilities.
I have procrastinated writing this post about the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) , not because the information does not need to be shared, but because there is already great information available. Therefore, I have decided not to duplicate: What is the ADA? The ADA is a civil rights law that prohibits discrimination against individuals with disabilities. You can find […]