Welcome back students! After such a long break, it can be somewhat of a slow process getting back in the swing of things. This Spring, we’re hoping that your academic year gets off to a great start. Here are a few tips and reminders to help you get started.
Request your LOAs as early as you can. Meet with your professors and bring pink sheets for Academic Testing services just in case. Doing this all at once saves time and effort of keeping up with them later.
Utilize Drop-in tutoring! There’s no need to schedule this free service that we offer to students registered with Student Disability Services so drop in when you have time. The tutors are all Tech students and knowledgeable in different subjects.
If you have questions or concerns about anything related to your accommodations don’t hesitate to contact your counselor.
In addition to the services that Student Disability Services provides, here are some resources around campus that you may find useful:
The Learning center is located in Holden Hall and offer a wider variety of tutored subjects. They’re also helpful in staying organized and keeping up with your classes.
The Student Counseling Center offers general counseling services for students.
The Library will help you get started with a personal librarian so you can find what you need.
The Career Center is great at helping with resumes and gearing up for internships or jobs. They also have workshops throughout the year.
The Writing Center will help review your paper before you turn it in.
The Center for Campus Life can help you connect to the University and find opportunities for involvement.
The secret of getting ahead is getting started. The secret to getting started is breaking your complex overwhelming tasks into small manageable tasks and then starting on the first one. -Mark Twain