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Pacific Academic Workshop Series

The Pacific Academic Workshop Series (PAWS) offers great academic coaching workshops open to ALL Pacific Students. Workshops are offered throughout the fall & spring semesters, and cover a variety of popular academic topics ranging from time-management, note-taking strategies, and understanding stress and test anxiety. PAWS also offers an end of the year Gear up for Finals workshop which assists students in creating a study schedule and provides tips to help them perform their best on final exams (Week 14 of Fall & Spring semester). Be sure to be on the look-out for our flyer in your residence hall, on campus kiosks, or at the De Rosa University Center! 


The Fall 2018 Pacific Academic Workshop Series will take place at the De Rosa University Center room 211 A & B
at the following dates and times: 

Tuesday, September 11, 2018 from 6:00pm-7:00pm: Time Management & Learning Strategies
Get your semester off to a good start and learn how to effectively use your time. In partnership with General Academic Tutoring, this workshop will cover strategies for time management, using a paper or electronic calendaring system, and tips on understanding the different learning strategies one can implement.

Tuesday, October 23, 2018 from 6:00pm-7:00pm: Test Taking Strategies & Career Resources
With mid-terms in sight, it's a tough time of the year to stay motivated. In partnership with the Career Resource Center we'll also cover key important dates for both the Fall and Spring semesters as well provide tips for managing test anxiety and providing some general tips on taking exams.

Tuesday, November 27, 2018 from 6:00pm-7:00pm: Gear up for Finals! 
End your semester on a high note and ace those final exams! Come join Student Academic Support Services and the Student Mentors as we cover how to successfully plan and study for finals, how much studying is too much, and test-taking tips for different exam types. Food and prizes available for all attendees! 

For more information or questions about accessibility or reasonable accommodations:

email or call (209) 946-2177