Tools for Roommate Success

Having a roommate can be a great part of your college experience, but it can also be very challenging when navigating difficult situations. You may have grown up living with lots of siblings, or this may be your first time sharing your living space with someone else. Regardless, having a new roommate will require a great…

How Will You Leave Your Mark?

Beginning a new semester can be refreshing and exciting, but it can also cause you to be anxious and uncertain at times. Therefore it is still very early in the semester, and we want to provide a few tips and suggestions for how you can strive for a successful year! One of the biggest (but…

We Have A New Name!

Greetings all! We hope that all of you new and returning Tigers have now finally settled into Tigertown and is ready to take on and conquer the new academic year!   Now, back to our (re)introduction…. We are excited and proud to announce that our official new name is the office of Advocacy and Success! If…

Administrative Professionals Day!

Wednesday, April 27th was the day that our office celebrated the important and valued work, and true dedication of our amazing Administrative Coordinator Tina Weaver. Tina plays a vital role in our office’s success and ensures that things are running smoothly, so we wanted to shout her out and show our appreciation!   Happy Administrative…

Outreach Recap: Student Appreciation during Finals

As students spend most of their time and energy studying for exams and completing final projects and assignments, we wanted to provide a little of something special for our hard working Tigers during finals week. We were able to greet them with FREE coffee, breakfast snacks, and of course more freebies. Check out our recap photos…

Outreach Recap: Stress Buster Carnival

Presented by CAPS, Active Minds, Psychology Club, and Tigers Together Stressing less is always best!  In support of our friends for their Stress Buster Carnival at the Carillon Garden, we stopped by to discover what tips and activities are helpful for reducing stress. This event was a great way for students to relax before finals, and consisted…

Outreach Recap: Commuter Recognition Day!

  We had a great time serving our Commuters on yesterday with FREE coffee, breakfast snacks, and other freebies! Special thanks to our friends over in Parking Services and Einstein Bagels for working with us! Check out a few pictures from the event below.   Although we were not able to host Commuter Recognition on today due…

Our Top 3: Before the Semester is Over

The time has come and the spring semester is beginning to dwindle down. OR… The semester is slowly increasing your anxiety level due to final projects, papers, presentations, and exams. Remember: “80% of success is showing up.” You got this! Therefore… Before you begin cramming for exams and assignments, you cannot forget about the one…

Outreach Awareness: The Recap

Random Acts of Kindness Week Feb. 16th-18th Attempting to spread the Random Acts of Kindness spirit throughout the air, our office hosted #CURAKweek which was designed to engage students in promoting random kindness acts for fellow strangers, peers, and loved ones.   Our students signed a Kindness Pledge that read: Imagine a world Where we look…

Signs of Burnout: When the Journey Isn’t Over Yet

    Academic Burnout often results from emotional and physical exhaustion, caused by excessive and prolonged stress. According to Albert Einstein College of Medicine’s website, study burnout occurs when you feel overwhelmed and unable to meet constant demands. Furthermore as the stress continues, you begin to lose the interest or motivation that led you to take on a…

The Kick Off: How Can I Plan for a Successful Semester?

  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…