Upcoming Events

Fall Workshop Series:

Registration is required- seats are limited!

All workshops are from 12-1 in Taughannock Falls- Campus Center.

Friday, September 8: This isn’t high school anymore: Key strategies and tips for college success

This session is aimed to ease your transition to college. Students will learn effective strategies for success in the college classroom – and how they may differ from those you used in high school. These strategies include: study tips, note-taking skills, reading strategies and test preparation. 

Go to https://orgsync.com/132086/events/1939518/occurrences/4513016 to register for this workshop!  Registration is required.

Monday, September 11: Time Management principles and insights: Learn the ins and outs of how to budget your time to make the most of your education at Ithaca College

Making the transition to college can be challenging when determining how to best use your time. In this session, you’ll learn how to juggle it all!  We’ll teach you how to balance your time management plan while making the most of your free time.

Go to https://orgsync.com/132086/events/1939527/occurrences/4513042 to register for this workshop!  Registration is required.

Thursday, September 14: I want to double major, minor, study abroad, and more: How understanding and utilizing your student records can help you develop a long-term academic plan

If you are interested in learning more about your degree requirements, fitting in study abroad, or planning for another major or minor - join us in this information session that has been designed to introduce you to the tools that will help you plan your academic career.

Go to https://orgsync.com/132086/events/1939533/occurrences/4513048 to register for this workshop!  Registration is required.

Friday, September 15: Keys to communicating effectively in college: Why addressing professors as “Hey dude” and using emoji’s is not recommended 

In this session, students will learn the fundamental tools needed to communicate appropriately with faculty and staff on campus.  Topics such as professional email etiquette, how to prepare for and use office hours, and the art of advocating for yourself will be encompassed.

Go to https://orgsync.com/132086/events/1939537/occurrences/4513052 to register for this workshop!  Registration is required.

Monday, September 18: The differences between studying and learning: Finding the necessary balance to succeed

Have you ever heard a friend say, “I studied but I didn’t learn anything!” The reason for this could be that there isn’t always a correlation between studying and learning. This session will discuss the differences between the two and also provide insight into how understanding these terms can help promote student success in college.

Go to https://orgsync.com/132086/events/1939688/occurrences/4513443 to register for this workshop!  Registration is required.

Wednesday, September 20: Keys to communicating effectively in college: Why addressing professors as “Hey dude” and using emoji’s is not recommended 

In this session, students will learn the fundamental tools needed to communicate appropriately with faculty and staff on campus.  Topics such as professional email etiquette, how to prepare for and use office hours, and the art of advocating for yourself will be encompassed.

Go to https://orgsync.com/132086/events/1939691/occurrences/4513461 to register for this workshop!  Registration is required.

Monday, September 25: Time Management principles and insights: Learn the ins and outs of how to budget your time to make the most of your education at Ithaca College

Making the transition to college can be challenging when determining how to best use your time. In this session, you’ll learn how to juggle it all!  We’ll teach you how to balance your time management plan while making the most of your free time.

Go to https://orgsync.com/132086/events/1939698/occurrences/4513468  to register for this workshop!  Registration is required.

Wednesday, September 27: I want to double major, minor, study abroad, and more: How understanding and utilizing your student records can help you develop a long-term academic plan

If you are interested in learning more about your degree requirements, fitting in study abroad, or planning for another major or minor - join us in this information session that has been designed to introduce you to the tools that will help you plan your academic career.

Go to https://orgsync.com/132086/events/1939701/occurrences/4513471 to register for this workshop!  Registration is required.