Now that you have a feel for college classes, you may want to fine-tune your academic skills to gear up for more challenging courses. Try some of these resources and tips.
Develop Good Study and Time Management Skills
Utilize Peer Tutors
Located in Walter, Wilson, and Magrath Libraries, SMART Learning Commons lets you study with a peer, ask other students about research tips, learn how to use different media, or spend some time with a peer tutor.
Get Writing Assistance
The people at the Student Writing Support can help you develop your ideas clearly and outline your paper in the way that makes the most sense. You can go meet with someone in Nicholson Hall, Appleby Hall, or set up an online consultation!
Consider an International Experience!
Learning abroad is an amazing opportunity for all students and can influence your career and post-graduation plans. Visit the Learning Abroad Center today to talk with an advisor about choosing the right program for you, how it might connect with your major, and how you can afford to have an international experience.
Hang out with Faculty
During the second year, you should be getting to know some faculty. Check out these tips on visiting your faculty’s office hours.
Take your professor to lunch and the U pays! All you need is 3-7 classmates from a current course of 30+ students.