Host: Academic Success Centre; Presenters: Chris Harder, Kaleigh Quinn, Dayna Graham, Nora Sobel
Learn how to recognize and anticipate when you need to seek learning support, become familiar with the available academic supports at the College, learn about our free online self-directed resources, and hear about key strategies for student success.
Host: Academic Success Centre; Presenter: Chris Harder
Did you know that RRC students can book online tutoring appointments, for free? Learn how online tutoring works, and how to book an appointment for yourself at Success.rrc.ca, the Academic Success Centre's online tutoring portal. After attending this session, assistance from ASC tutors will be only a few clicks away!
Host: Academic Success Centre; Presenter: Rebecca Hiebert
As a student at Red River College Polytechnic it is important to develop successful online and home study skills. During this session you will learn how to make the most of your online classes, study successfully at home by using effective learning strategies, and manage your time by prioritizing your academic tasks.
Host: Academic Success Centre; Presenter: Dayna Graham
Being intentional in how you spend your time is a great first step in time and self-management. This session builds on that first step with advice on organizing your time, setting priorities, completing tasks, and managing procrastination; all while considering your wellness, balance, and the importance of a healthy mindset.
Host: Academic Success Centre; Facilitator: Michael Okrainec
The College Readiness Math Assessment was developed to prepare students for the level of math required in their respective college programs. It is comprised of two parts: a Diagnostic Assessment to measure your current math level and upgrading modules to improve the math skills required by your program. This session provides an overview of the online math assessment and how you will use it.
We also have video recordings for a quick review of the following topics:
Host: Academic Success Centre; Presenter: Emilie Jackson
Learn about what self-advocacy means in a college setting, self-advocacy strategies, and processes for student support at RRC. The presentation includes information about the supports available for students when issues with instructors, students, assignments, or other course-related matters arise.
Host: Academic Success Centre; Presenter: Cody Rogers
Did you know that you can exercise your focus and concentration the same way you can exercise your body? This session will provide ways to improve learning and study habits in addition to well-being and stress management. After this session you'll be able to answer the question, "What is all this mindfulness people are talking about?"
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Host: Academic Success Centre; Presenter: Meg Loewen
Successful people set goals. As a college student, it is integral to identify and state your goals in a clear and direct way in order to stay motivated and on the right track. One way you can work toward meeting your goals is by building positive habits into your everyday life. By taking small steps in the right direction, you can ultimately find success in your college program.