Workshops: Student Success Series


Fall 2014 workshops


All workshops are held in room C132 in the Connie & Steve Ferguson Academic Building, unless otherwise noted.
Please contact the Retention Office at bl-retention@ivytech.edu with any questions about workshops.

Decoding Your Syllabus: 9/3/14 from 11am-12pm and 9/4/14 from 2pm-3pm:  This workshop is designed to show students how to read a syllabus and what the syllabus entails.

Anatomy 101 Survival Guide: 9/11/14 and 9/12/14 from 1pm-2pm:  This workshop is designed to help students understand what it takes to not only survive Anatomy & Physiology, but complete the course successfully.

Expecting a Refund? Know Your Choices: 9/16/14 from 11am-12pm and 9/18/14 from 1pm-2pm:  This workshop is designed to show students the choices they have on how they can receive their financial aid refund.

We Want You: To Get Involved:  9/29/14 from 3pm-4pm and 9/30/14 from 2pm-3pm:  This workshop is designed to reach out to students and inform them of the clubs, organizations, and recreational sports Ivy Tech – Bloomington has to offer.

MLA/APA Writing: 10/1/14 from 11am-12pm:  This workshop is designed to introduce students to MLA and APA writing styles, as well as, show students the differences between the two types of writing formats.

Midterm Motivation: 10/7/14 from 1pm-2pm and 10/8/14 from 4pm-5pm:  This workshop is designed for students to teach them stress relieving tips, tips for studying for midterm tests, and other tips to students deal with midterm stress.

It’s Time to Manage Your Time: 10/13/14 from 2pm-3pm and 10/16/14 from 3pm-4pm:  This workshop is designed for all students who are currently enrolled at Ivy Tech and will teach students valuable skills and tools to manage time effectively.

Know Your Campus Resources: 10/21/14 from 2pm-3pm and 10/22/14 from 11am-12pm:  This workshop is designed for all students who are currently enrolled at Ivy Tech and teach them about all the resources Ivy Tech has to offer.

Academic Research: Navigating Your Way to Credible Sources: 10/29-14 from 10am-11am and from 1pm-2pm:  This workshop is designed to teach students how to navigate the Ivy Tech virtual library and show them what a credible source entails.  This class takes place in the library.

Scholarship Search: 11/5/14 from 10am-11am and 11/6/14 from 2pm-3pm:  This workshop is designed for students to teach them how to search for scholarships and how to apply for scholarships.

Disability Support Services: 11/11/14 from 11am-12pm and 11/12/14 from 2-3pm:  This workshop is designed for students to inform them of the Disability Support Services available at Ivy Tech and the processes and documentation required.

Do Your Best on the Test: 11/17/14 from 1pm-2pm and 11/20/14 from 10am-11am:  This workshop is designed for students to teach them stress relieving tips, tips for studying for midterm tests, and other tips to students deal with midterm stress.

Developing a Dynamic Resume: 12/2/14 from 1pm-2pm and 12/3/14 from 11am-12pm:  This workshop is designed for students to teach them how to build a resume and what a resume should entail.