Workshops Overview

Student Learning Services offers workshops regularly. These workshops - led by faculty, staff and Peer Mentors - can help you to improve a variety of academic skills, from general study tips to graduate thesis writing.  

Check back to this page often for updates on upcoming workshops!

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If you experience difficulties registering for an event, please contact the SLS


Undergrads! Show Up and Finish Your Essay!

Writing Workshop with Lynette C., Peer Mentor, PAL Program & Shannon C., Peer Mentor, PAL Program & Stephane G., Peer Mentor, PAL Program & Laura Larsen, History, Arts & Science & Kelsey Topola, Edwards School of Business
4:30 PM to 7:30 PM


Come and finish that writing project.  Bring your laptop and work on your essay, research paper, or assignment at any stage of the writing process.  Tutors and Peer Mentors are on hand to help you with your writing.  Join us for the whole session or drop in for an hour. Refreshments provided.
Please note: These sessions are for undergraduate students only. Limited spaces are available.

BIO 120 Mock Final Exam

Feature Event with Bio 120 Peer Mentors
6:00 PM to 7:30 PM

ARTS 241

Come to the BIO 120 Mock Final Exam to complete the mock exam and work on practice exam questions. This session is being offered to you by the BIO 120 Structured Study Sessions Peer Mentors.

Writing a Scholarship Proposal

Graduate Writing Workshop with Heather McWhinney, Student Learning Services, Staff
4:45 PM to 6:15 PM

ARTS 241

Scholarship proposals ask graduate students to make a case for their research in one page. As a result, they usually require much time and multiple drafts. Learn tips to make the task easier. This workshop is for graduate students only. If you cannot attend, please contact us for slides and/or other resources.