Educational OutreachPage address: http://www.mnsu.edu/newstudent/educationaloutreachworkshops.html
Educational Outreach Workshops are designed to help students with their academic development during the transition to college. The workshops utilize an interactive learning format to provide students with a combination of information and strategies for implementing skills into daily life.
Workshops focus on a variety of skills!!!
Currently, our staff present on topics such as: motivation and goal setting, time management, major exploration, and academic advising and registration. We are always open to developing new workshops based on specific needs of students. When filling out the workshop request form, please indicate any specific topics or skills you would like our staff members to include in the workshop.
The workshop descriptions below provide a general overview about each workshop. Workshops may vary in terms of content and delivery due to facilitator discretion.
Motivation and Goal Setting
Advising and Registration
Anyone can request a workshop!!!
Our staff often present workshops for Learning Community students, and in the residence halls by the request of the Maverick Mentor or Community Advisor. Please give us two weeks advanced notice when requesting a workshop.
We will come to you!!!
Workshops can be facilitated in a variety of locations including classrooms, the lounges in the residence halls, or even outside. To maximize your attendance, however, we strongly suggest that you plan your workshop on a weeknight (Monday through Thursday). Workshops should begin no later than 8PM.
Please note: We are unfortunately unable to offer workshops during the summer (May through August). We apologize for any inconvenience.
Looking for Study Skills & Test-taking Prep?
Please contact the Center for Academic Success (507-389-1791) for more information about offering this particular topic/workshop.