CAE Workshops Support Student Success

The Center for Academic Excellence is hosting a series of workshops to assist students in planning for their future, from tips for freshmen success to planning for life after graduation. All programing is free and sponsored by the CAE. Questions about these workshops may be directed to Jonathan Vieker or Jennifer McNabb. For more information about the CAE, visit

What to Do with Your Summer Break
7 p.m.
Mar. 27
Ryle Hall Main Lounge
Description: Have you started thinking yet about how you want to spend your summer break? While Netflix marathons and video games may sound appealing, they don’t do much to help you academically or professionally. The CAE peer mentors will present some great ideas for making the most out of your summer months.

Transferable Skills – What They Are and How to Get Them
7:30 p.m.
Mar. 27
West Campus Suites Multipurpose Room 100
Description: You’ve probably heard people talking about transferable skills and how important they are in the workplace. But what are they? And how do you get them? Our CAE peer mentors will help you start thinking intentionally about which curricular and extra-curricular activities can help you develop those critical skills.
How to Adult – Life Hacks for College Freshmen 
7 p.m.
Mar. 30
Centennial Hall Main Lounge
Description: We all know that being an adult is complicated. Join our CAE peer mentors as they discuss ways to make that transition to adulthood a little easier (and more successful!).

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