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SERV 012

SERV 012: Academic Skills for Success is a 1-unit course designed to provide undergraduate students with strategies and tools to be successful in college-level courses. The course is taught by our Student Success Coaches and covers a wide range of academic skills including time management, study skills, note-taking, managing test anxiety, communicating with instructors, and many others. While SERV 012 is geared for students on Academic Probation, it is open to any interested undergraduate student. For more information, please see the Fall 2016 course syllabus. 

Learning Objectives

Students who successfully complete SERV 012 will: 

1. Identify and monitor personal goals with regard to becoming self-directed learners through setting precise goals, learning to self-evaluate, finding solutions to issues, and exploring alternative answers

2. Demonstrate and develop self-awareness in regards to personal learning styles and how to take advantage of their style.

3. Learn and apply strategies and utilize resources within their own studies and successful academic performance

4. Practice and improve the study, communication, and time management skills necessary to advance academically

5. Identify resources on Pacific's campus designed to foster students' academic and personal success

Fall 2017 Schedule

Section 1: Mondays from 3:00-3:50pm in McCaffrey Center Spruce Room, Instructor Anne Eastlick

Section 2: Tuesdays from 2:00-2:50pm in Jeanette Powell Art Center 209, Instructor Jesus Margarito

For information on how to register for the course, please email Anne Eastlick or Jesus Margarito or call (209) 946-2177