Madison College’s Counseling and College Success Department is offering a workshop series intended to support student success.
Faculty and staff are asked to share information about these upcoming opportunities with students. For more information about the series, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wednesday, Feb. 20, 11 a.m.-12 p.m.
Creating & Maintaining Balance
Truax Room D2609
Feel like you are stretched in 10 different directions? Attend this presentation to develop and enhance coping strategies and explore ways to prioritize your various life roles to create a healthier life balance. Students starting out on their college career or students wanting to tweak their habits further are encouraged to attend this workshop. Presented by counselor Gerard Xavier from the Counseling and College Success Department.
Thursday, Feb. 21, 11 a.m.-12 p.m.
Finding Valuable Resources—Campus, Community, Financial
Truax Room D1630C
Feel like you are on this journey alone? This workshop focuses on accessing and using campus and community-based resources to increase your level of well-being and success.
All students are encouraged to attend this workshop. Knowing what is available to you and how you can access resources is critical to your success. Presented by counselor Gerard Xavier from the Counseling and College Success Department.
Tuesday, Feb. 26, 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
Enhancing Your Study Skills
Truax Room D1630C
This workshop will focus on practical, ready-to-use study skills that can be easily incorporated into courses to improve learning.
This workshop can be taken by any one that may need a “refresher” of study skills to add to their current learning “tool box.” Presented by counselor Deb Olsen from the Counseling and College Success Department.
Published February 11, 2019. Updated February 13, 2019.