If you need assistance in obtaining your bachelor’s degree in a timely fashion, the Student Enrichment Program is here to help you.
The Student Enrichment Program (SEP) provides educational support services that foster personal and professional development to motivate GSU students towards the successful completion of their bachelor’s degree. SEP is designed to assist low-income, first generation undergraduate students, and academic probation students through the strong supportive environment, mentoring network, educational and professional development activities. Being a part of the SEP will lay the foundation for stellar academic skills and graduation readiness. The ultimate goal is to fuel your desire for the life-long pursuit of excellence in all your important endeavors.
The SEP provides students increased access to:
- Supplementary advising/Early alert program
- Student networking
- Mentorship program
- Program orientation
- Leadership development
- Academic support services
- Learning and study assessment/evaluations
DEADLINE FOR FALL 2013 IS THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12th, 2013
Test and Note Taking Skills
Monday September 16th: 5pm-6pm
successful student is more than just physically being present in the
classroom. This workshop will teach
students on what to do before, during, and after class in order to achieve
academic success. We will focus on
strategies for active listening and participation, recognizing key concepts in
lecture and textbooks, and effective note taking skills. You will also learn how to map a study plan,
memorization tips, and how to approach studying for different types of tests.
First Generation Experience
Tuesday September 17th: 12pm-1pm
Academic Time Management and Handling Stress
Monday September 23rd:5pm – 6pm
Having trouble juggling your busy
schedule? This interactive workshop
is designed to teach students how to best plan, prioritize, and manage their
academic tasks using a variety of time management techniques. We will also focus on how effective time
management can decrease stress levels, tips for avoiding procrastination, and
“stress beaters” which can be applied to your everyday life.
Attitude and Motivation
Tuesday September 24th: 5pm-6pm
This workshop will challenge you to
reflect on your academic thus far while identifying the key internal and external
stimuli which motivate you. We will also
look at ways to regain your motivation when it may be lacking. You will leave this workshop with the
personal drive to reach your academic and personal goals.
Graduate school 4-1-1
Wednesday October 2nd: 3:30pm-4:30pm
What's next after undergrad? Graduate school! We will help you
navigate the hundreds of graduate programs and find one that’s right for you.
Learn some helpful tips on filling out graduate school applications,
where to look for funding, and the do's and don't about your “letter of
interest.” We will also have information about preparing for the
Perfecting Your Presentation
Monday October 7th: 5pm-6pm
Does presenting in front of an audience make you
nervous? This workshop will highlight strategies
for you to overcome public speaking anxiety and gain confidence in your
presentation delivery skills. Tips for
creating more effective presentations will also be discussed. The skills learned in this workshop will
prepare you for future speeches, interviews, and networking opportunities.
For more program information contact,
Student Enrichment Program Graduate Assistant
Office of the Dean of Students: A2126
Coordinator of Community Standards
Office of the Dean of Students: A2133
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