The University Advising Center is pleased to offer a variety of workshops aimed at the development of student success. Please see below for descriptions and links to workshops offered during the current semester.
Pre-Law and Pre-Social Work Personal Statement Workshops
The University Advising Center offers workshops on writing the personal statement, which is a part of the admission process for the School of Social Work and the Law School. The purpose of the workshop is to teach how to write an effective personal statement. The workshop will cover the purpose of the personal statement, the crafting and development of a central idea, and the construction of an outline to help with focus, coherence, and flow. The workshop will feature one or two scenarios, sample essays used to illustrate the principles of good writing.
Fall 22 Workshops:
Pre-Law Writing Workshops, 1:30 - 2:30 p.m.: Oct 14, Nov 11, Dec 9 on Zoom
Pre-Social Work Writing Workshops, 2-3 p.m.: Oct 21, Nov 9, Dec 14 on Zoom
To RSVP for a workshop, please email Arnelle Douglas (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Warrior Way Back
Sessions in the Tuesday Talk series are designed specifically for adult learners to learn more about the resources and topics that are most relevant to them. These events also provide the opportunity to connect with and support other adult learners experiencing similar obstacles and success. We welcome all adult students, friends, families, and kids! Refreshments are provided. To RSVP, please visit the Warrior Way Back site or email Amber Neher.