Academic Counseling

The Center for Student Academic Support offers individual academic counseling for students who are looking for help with their studying. These 30-minute weekly sessions are free and designed to encourage students to identify their learning styles in an effort to improve productive studying and consequently GPA. Academic Counselors are graduate students, typically in the student’s same college. To request academic counseling, students may contact CSAS and make an appointment with Alicia Severe for screening.

 

Various topics may be covered in the academic counseling sessions, which are individually tailored to meet the student's particular needs and interests. Some common topics covered include the following:

  • Time management
  • Study skills
  • Test-taking skills
  • Test preparation
  • Prioritization
  • Memory and concentration
  • Presentation strategies
  • What to do if you are placed on probation
  • Passing portfolio
  • Dealing with academic difficulties
  • Stress management and anxiety
  • Motivation
  • Test anxiety
  • Learning styles
  • Organization
  • Note-taking strategies

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