Happy New Year and Welcome Back Tigers!
With so much excitement surrounding the National Championship game and our fellow Tigers (which was still an amazing game!), we want to make sure that our students are also excited about gearing up for a successful spring semester.
After all, we do want to CU Succeed!
Below we will provide helpful information and resources that could potentially benefit those who are in need of additional support.
I need personal assistance with study skills and setting academic goals, where can I go?
You’re in luck!
The Academic Success Center (ASC) provides personalized Academic Coaching and Counseling services.
The services Academic Coaches provide are as follows:
- Regularly scheduled, one-on-one meetings
- Assistance in organizing and planning your semester
- Someone to keep you accountable to your academic plans
- Help with specific academic issues (test-taking, time management, etc…)
- Referral to other appropriate campus resources
If you would like to schedule an appointment with an Academic Coach go here!
My gpa isn’t so good right now, and I need to regain good academic standing, but I don’t know where to start or what to do?
The ASC has the CU Succeed program that promotes academic success through 50 minute weekly sessions with an Academic Coach and peer mentors. This program was originally designed for students on academic probation, but is open for all students to register.
Topics to be covered will include:
- Academic Policies and Campus Resources
- Time Management & Overcoming Procrastination
- Note-taking Skills and Reading Skills
- Test Anxiety & Test-taking Skills
- Learning Styles
- Study Smarter Strategies
- Stress Management
- Working and Communicating with professors
- Memory & Concentration
- Critical Thinking
- Charting your Academic Progress
Check out their site for scheduled days and times!
I am enrolled in Business/Science/Engineering courses, and I think I need tutoring. Are there services available?
The ASC also provides weekly Supplemental Instruction.
(Wow, they are amazing!)
What is Supplemental Instruction?
Supplemental Instruction (SI) is a series of weekly review or study sessions for students enrolled in historically difficult classes.
The SI supported courses are:
- Accounting 2010, 2020
- Biological Sciences 2220/2230
- Chemistry 1010/1020
- Chemistry 2230/2240
- Civil Engineering 2010
- Mechanical Engineering 2010
- Math Sciences 1020,1040,1060,1070,1080,2070
- Physics 1220, 2070, 2080
Think you may be interested? Check out their SI site here!
I want to get involved, but I am not sure if there is anything for me.
Have you checked out these sites below?!
Have you actively searched and examined the MANY student organizations and clubs that we have?
Go here to the Student Clubs and Organizations site to look through all organizations, and potentially find the best fit best for you!
I am interested in diversity programming and opportunities, what’s available?
Below are several sites and resources for multicultural and international opportunities!