Learning Strategy Workshop Series

Learning Strategy Workshop Series

Learning Assistance Programs offers a series of Learning Strategy workshops for the campus community to engage in ideas and resources that contribute to their overall academic success. Join us in various opportunities each quarter in learning strategies that will enrich our Seattle U community.

Please visit this link for our available online workshops.

Flyer that details upcoming workshops for Fall Quarter 2022, blue text on creme background.

Where Does The Time Go? Time Management Workshop

Promotional flyer for Time Management workshop. Oct 6 from 1230-130pm at LEML366.

Date and Time: Thursday, October 6 from 12:30-1:30pm
Location: LEML366

Start the quarter right by learning how to prevent procrastination by taking charge of your own time! Learn how to manage your time to keep up with your personal interests and academic life. No RSVPs required, join us with one of our Learning Specialists, Jada Mendoza, in this informative workshop.

Navigating Transitions, Managing Stress & Anxiety

Manage Stress and Anxiety workshop details! Oct 11 (Tues) from 12:30-1:30pm at LEML369

Date and Time: Tuesday, October 11 from 12:30-1:30pm
Location: LEML369

Build up your toolkit to manage anxiety and stress! As we overcome remote learning and navigate shifting public health crises, it's natural to find yourself anxious or stressed, especially with a new academic environment. Alleviate any anxiety and stress you may have this year and learn skills that will help address your mental health needs. Join Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) during this free workshop to learn more. No RSVP required!

Why Can't I Do This? Succeeding in College with ADHD

Thursday, Oct 27 from 12-1pm, LEML366

Date and Time: Thursday, October 27 from 12:30-1:30pm
Location: LEML366

In this workshop facilitated by biology professor, Dr. Laura Austin, students will learn about some of the biology behind Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), and how to find ways to succeed academically that work with the unique way an ADHD brain processes information.

Dealing with Interpersonal Conflict

Flyer for workshop on handling interpersonal conflict, Nov 3 from 1230-130pm at LEML369

Date and Time: Thursday, November 3 from 12:30-1:30pm
Location: LEML369

Working with others is a key part of our academic and social lives. Whether it's a group project, class discussion, or conflict amongst floor-mates, navigating these conflicts is a key way to learn and grow in our academic environment. Join Assistant Dean of Students, Anton Ward-Zanotto to learn how to identify and practice boundary-setting strategies, discern how to best hear and provide feedback, and other strategies for navigating interpersonal conflicts with peers. 

Application Writing, Tips and Tricks!

Flyer for workshop on how to bulk up your application for scholarships, fellowships, internships, job opportunities and more!

Date and Time: Thursday, November 10 from 12:30-1:30pm
Location: LEML366 or via Zoom

Whether you're applying to graduate school, a fellowship or a study abroad program learn tips and resources that will help you reflect on your experiences, articulate your goals, and submit an application that best represents you. In partnership with Education Abroad and Career Engagement, skill-up your application planning and writing process during this workshop. 

Preparing for Finals

Preparing for Finals workshop in LEML366 on Nov 15, Tuesday

Date and Time: Tuesday, November 15 from 12:30-1:30pm
Location: LEML366

Learning Assistance Programs is here to help prepare for finals! Join our learning specialist to learn study tips and strategies that can help you achieve your academic goals for finals week and beyond. ​​​​​​​​
No RSVP required and snacks will be provided :)

This workshop was EXTREMELY useful to attend. It was an information-filled, high-quality presentation. I'm planning to use this Thanksgiving break to look into scholarships and then reach out if necessary.

SeattleU student

This workshop completely changed my responses to how I work with my own ADD as a student. It also catalyzed me toward doing serious research on how ADD is treated without fragmentation, and has changed how I approach the children and families I serve in my clinical counseling internship who need help with ADD

SeattleU student