How to Write Your First University Essay

It takes skill to learn how to create, develop and refine a thesis that makes clear to your reader what your essay or research paper will address. In this workshop, you’ll learn how to build specific, articulate and engaging thesis statements into your introductory paragraph.

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Balance School and Life: Time Management Skills 1.0

Effective time management is one of the top three predictors of academic success. Make the most of your university experience: get school work done but have a life, too! At the end of this workshop, you will have a personalized weekly schedule to meet your needs.

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How to Develop a Thesis Statement

Are you afraid of the word ‘thesis’? Wondering what your course instructor might expect you to create when asking for ‘a clear and effective thesis’? Register early to participate in a highly instructive workshop with our expert academic staff to learn how to:

1.Identify common missteps in thesis construction
2.Use smart strategies to develop and revise a thesis
3. Apply a what/how/why model to evaluate the strength and clarity of your thesis

Your instructors will be very glad that you’ve taken advantage of this opportunity.

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Unpacking Your Reading (for Math and Science Students)

Math and science texts require a specialized approach to reading. Learn how to read effectively and – important for exams! – remember what you read, too. This workshop also includes a trouble-shooting section to cover common challenges like lack of speed and comprehension.

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Note-taking in Lectures

Are you taking notes as effectively as you could be? Learn what to do before, during, and after lectures to improve your understanding and memory of the material. We’ll also trouble-shoot ‘problem lectures’: what to do if you find the class boring, hard to follow, too fast, or too complex.

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Note-taking in Lectures

Are you taking notes as effectively as you could be? Learn what to do before, during, and after lectures to improve your understanding and memory of the material. We’ll also trouble-shoot ‘problem lectures’: what to do if you find the class boring, hard to follow, too fast, or too complex.

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Note-taking in Lectures

Are you taking notes as effectively as you could be? Learn what to do before, during, and after lectures to improve your understanding and memory of the material. We’ll also trouble-shoot ‘problem lectures’: what to do if you find the class boring, hard to follow, too fast, or too complex.

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