Did you know that the Academic Advising Center has so much more to offer you than just helping you pick your courses? This month they will be offering the four different workshops:
Discover your Learning Style and Study Skills
Gain an understanding of how you learn and how to study efficiently and effectively.
Grad Check Workshop
This workshop is designed for current students with senior standing. Advisors will
assist you in reviewing your CI Academic Requirements Report (CARR) to verify
requirements for graduation have been met. Please bring a laptop or tablet to view
CARR (Degree Progress Report) Overview
Develop a better understanding about your CI Academic Requirements Report (CARR)
to remain on track for graduation.
Overwhelmed? Come to develop skills on how to reduce stress and remain productive.
Here is this months schedule. For more information and/or to sign up you can visit the Academic Advising Center located in Bell Tower 1595 or call them at (805) 437-8571
To register for a workshop, visit: go.csuci.edu/ciadvisingworkshops
Deadline to apply March 1st!
Apply TODAY: Click on Application HERE
March 22-24, 2019
Depart early Friday Morning
Return Sunday afternoon
Santa Rosa Island
All expenses covered!
The Chicana Latina Retreat is geared towards student empowerment through political, cultural, environmental and social consciousness development. By providing a safe, welcoming, and accepting environment for Chicana/Latina students, we hope to create a space conducive to community interaction as well as self-reflection. The goal is to cultivate leadership and address specific issues that Chicana/Latina college students face. We hope to foster Strong cultural/ethnic identity, respect and love for the land/Tonantzin Tlalli/Mother Earth, Passion, Integrity, Respect, A sense of mission, Consistency, Support and development of all Chicanas/Latinas, Empowerment and Hermanidad.
-Provide students with knowledge of resources, support services, and a sense of community.
-To facilitate dialogue and development of relationships.
-Allow for older students to pass on valuable information, experiences, and motivate others to assume an active role on campus.
-Develop strong, responsible, and committed leaders within the Chicana/o Latina/o community.
Dr. Jennie Luna (email@example.com)
Michelle Hasendonckx (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Monica Rivas (email@example.com)