Student Events & Workshops
Campus Events & Workshops
Career Services Workshops
Visit http://www.fresnostate.edu/studentaffairs/careers/students/workshops.html for more information about Fall 2014 workshops with Career Services.
Visit http://www.fresnostate.edu/studentaffairs/lrc/index.html for more information about Fall 2014 workshops with the Learning Center.
Student Lingo Workshops (Online)
Sponsored by Title V-CLASE & the Learning Center, student success workshops are available to students 24/7. Workshop topics include academic & career exploration, reading & writing strategies, learning to learn, personal management & much more! To access these workshops, please visit http://www.studentlingo.com/fresnostate.
Academic Success Workshops
The Learning Center offers in person workshops to assist you with your academics. Visit their website at http://www.fresnostate.edu/studentaffairs/lrc/workshops/ to receive the Fall 2014 schedule.
Additional Resources with the Learning Center
Tutoring Services: Tutoring is studying made simple. The Learning Center offers you support in subjects ranging from Accounting to writing. Set your own agenda to learn at your pace and complete assignments. Click each tab on the left to see when a tutor is available. Visit their website at http://www.fresnostate.edu/studentaffairs/lrc/tutoring/ for Fall 2014 schedule for tutoring services.
Supplemental Instruction: Supplemental Instruction or SI, offers one hour study sessions two to three times a week for students enrolled in historically difficult classes. During SI sessions, students are encouraged to work with their peers from class and their SI Leader to develop successful study strategies, exchange creative ideas, gain a better understanding of the course material, and improve their overall grade. Visit their website at http://www.fresnostate.edu/studentaffairs/lrc/suppinstruction/ for Fall 2014 schedule for SI services.
NOTE REGARDING WORKSHOPS: Workshop capacity is limited. If event details indicate that registration is recommended, please contact our office or call (559) 278-1612. Check back often . . . additional workshops will be provided throughout the semester.