Each spring, the Center for Academic Success helps students assess study habits and learning preferences through this award-winning program. Students who attend may be able to increase their GPAs, develop effective study and time management habits, and be better able to maintain scholarship requirements.
Spring 2020 IMPACT Makeup Dates
Seats are limited. RSVP to guarantee your preferred session.
Tuesday January 21, 5:30 - 7:00pm. Magnolia Room, Student Union.
Wednesday January 22, 5:30 - 7:00pm. Atchafalaya Room, Student Union.
CAS Signature Series
The CAS Signature Series will address the three most common challenges students face: time management and goal setting, efficient learning strategies to improve grades, and test preparation and stress management.
CAS Signature Series Dates
Registration requested but not required.
Please bring LSU ID to receive attendance credit.
No late entry permitted.
Geaux Forward: Time Management and Goal Setting
Some of the biggest tricks to acing college include optimizing time management skills, identifying goals/priorities, and implementing the study cycle. Come to this workshop to learn how to have the total college experience and have a life too.
January 28 or January 29, 6-7 p.m.
Geaux For The Gold: Use Super Strategies
Do you have the basics down and now want to deepen your learning? Come explore different learning strategies that can help enhance your understanding of course materials and boost your grades.
March 10 or March 11, 6-7 p.m.
Geaux Prepared: Prep for Finals and Manage Stress
It's never too early to start preparing for finals! Come hear about finishing the semester strong and preparing early for finals to reduce stress. Other topics covered will include managing academic and test anxiety.
April 14 or April 15, 6-7 p.m.
Register for one of the following strategy workshops offered by the Center for Academic Success to identify effective learning strategies and resources specifically designed for MATH courses. To register, click on the session you want to attend.
The workshops are 45 minutes. For more information, contact email@example.com.
Registration is required; space is limited.
MATH 1021 - all 6 PM, Student Union
|January 21, International Room (updated location)|
|January 22, International Room (updated location)|
|February 18, Magnolia Room|
|February 19, International Room|
MATH 1550 - all 7:15 PM; Student Union
Join us each fall on Tower Drive between Coates Hall and The Student Union for free food and drinks, games and important information on academic services and programs.
Fall 2019 Academic Kickoff:
Monday September 16
11 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Tower Drive (between Coates Hall and the Student Union)