The transition from high school to college or even from a community college to a four–year university can bring many changes and adjustments to student life. These include time management, note taking, textbook reading, test preparation, and more. SARC offers a variety of resources that aid in developing these skills.
Learning Skills Resources
Step 1. Complete the College Level Study Skills Inventory.
Step 2. Evaluate your results. What area could you work on that might improve your academics? Resources and information are grouped by category below.
Step 3: Schedule a one-on-one session with an ACE peer coach to develop an action plan for academic success and get support. Click here to schedule an appointment.
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The College Level Study Skills Inventory will assist in providing students immediate feedback on their current approach to college level study skills. There are six critical study skills college students need to consistently be developing: text book reading, note taking, memory, test preparation, concentration, and time management. At the conclusion of the inventory, each of these skills will be assessed based on the manner in which the questions were answered.
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During the fall and spring semesters, SARC tutors and SI Leaders host final review sessions at the Student Union during finals week. Study Union sessions will be held in person in the Student Union and will also be live streamed and recorded via Zoom. Click here for the current schedule, and here for review materials for each session.