After 18 months of online learning and changing schedules, students are now going back to mostly in person classes. Accountability is kicking in. Students will be required to attend class and meet deadlines. That means being responsible, having strong time management skills, prioritizing, and practicing efficient study skills again. Making the transition as an incoming first year or returning college student will have its hiccups. We suggest having a mentor in your corner who has students’ best interests in mind and provides individualized support.
Right now: control what you can control. Get as prepared as possible over the summer so students can give 100% attention to the transition, academics and getting settled.
For 12 years we have been supporting students and understand the pitfalls of college. We will help you set up for success by ensuring students have a well-rounded and successful semester. With our students, we focus on time management, overall organization, prioritization, study strategies, setting realistic goals and create a consistent conversation regarding the path to success.
Please call me, Elizabeth Pyle at 630-481-6153, visit our website at www.CollegeSuccessPlan.com or email email@example.com