Study Skills Workshops

Workshops

The Study Skills program has three different types of workshop lectures:

Basic Study Skills: This workshop can easily be used throughout the semester. It heavily focuses on time management, studying versus learning, test taking strategies, and tips for studying. It also briefly covers multiple choice tests and learning styles.

Multiple Choice Test Taking Strategies: This workshop focuses mostly on how to take a multiple choice test. Within that topic studying, learning, and time management is also covered. A large majority of the workshop is geared towards tips, tricks, and ways of being confident when taking a multiple choice test.

Finals Week Study Skills: This workshop is geared towards finals week. While basic study skills are covered, a majority of the lecture is dedicated to time management, retention of material, and concentration.
The format and content of workshops can be customized according to specific needs of organizations. However, please keep in mind a timeline for new topics or workshop materials as gathering new material at times can be a lengthy process.

For a workshop to occur, a representative from a specific dormitory, student organization, or campus department must request a workshop by filling out the form below. We ask for a guarantee of at least 15 people in attendance.

We do not do workshops for just one floor in a dorm: if you are a housefellow interested in having a workshop, please work with other housefellows and the Academic Program Coordinator to hold a Study Skills workshops for all residents in that dorm. This prevents us from holding the same workshop 2-3 times in the same dorm. Thanks!

Questions, comments, or concerns? Stop by our office at 333 E. Campus Mall in room #3111 or e-mail the Study Skills coordinator at makaylaj.guts@gmail.com

Request a Workshop

Please fill out the form below to request a Study Skills workshop. We cannot guarantee fulfilling workshop requests with less than two weeks’ notice.

Questions, comments, or concerns? Stop by our office at 333 E. Campus Mall in room #3111 or e-mail the Study Skills coordinator at makaylaj.guts@gmail.com