Connect 4 Success - Workshop Descriptions
Elkhart Connect 4 Success
An opportunity for students that live in the Elkhart area to obtain photo ID's, talk with a financial aid counselor, learn OneStart and OnCourse, and more, all conveniently scheduled in one day at the Elkhart Center.
Tuesday August 14 4:00p – 7:00p Elkhart Center
College Quick Start (hosted by the Academic Centers for Excellence)
This workshop makes the transition from High School to College as smooth as possible by addressing common challenges and the strategies you'll need to overcome them. It also boosts your Study Skills with a power-packed review of Note-taking, Time Management, Concentration, and Memory to help you get ahead and stay ahead during your first semester!
Thursday August 23 2:30p – 3;45p SAC 223/225
Connecting with a Major (hosted by Career Services)
Choosing a Major is HARD! Students can attend this free interactive session to learn the steps to follow so that they can successfully choose a major.
Thursday August 9 2:30p – 3:30p Administration 121
Social Media: Don’t Be That Person (hosted by Career Services)
Learn the ins and outs of how to use Social Media and how to connect with the University and various Student Services offices through Social Media.
Tuesday August 7 2:30p – 3:30p Administration 121
ADD/ADHD – One on One Coaching(presented by Disability Support Services)
Do you have a diagnosis of ADD/ADHD ? Even if you don’t have this particular diagnosis, you still might benefit from this. Are you interested in having a certified ADD/ADHD coach help you navigate college and it’s challenges ?
ADD/ADHD coaching is a specialized type of coaching that addresses the common challenges that this diagnosis can often bring, particularly in the areas related to scheduling, goal setting, confidence building, organizing, focusing, prioritizing, and persisting at tasks. In addition, ADHD coaching can help in the development of effective self-advocacy skills.
Thursday August 2 11:00a – 12:00p Fireside Room A (Admin. Bldg.)
Learn to Write a King's Speech (hosted by the Writers' Room and the Office of Judicial Affairs)
This workshop will introduce students to concepts essential to success in First-Year Writing courses and help them understand what constitutes plagiarism and how to avoid its pitfalls.
Thursday August 9 1:00p – 2:00p Administration 121