Do you find yourself asking for extensions on your work, requesting a withdrawal from a class because you fell too far behind, hesitating to turn in assignments because you feel they aren’t perfect or having a hard time saying “no” and, therefore, over-committing?
If so, you are not alone! Join students like you in one of our Getting Things Done groups. In this community of support and accountability, you'll have the opportunity to learn time management strategies and break free from the negative patterns that may be preventing you from accomplishing personal and academic goals.
Learn new time management strategies;
Increase your efficiency, effectiveness, competence and confidence;
Master techniques to help you achieve personal and academic goals; and
Build relationships with advisers and other students.
The groups are organized by the Berick Center for Student Advising, in collaboration with Dr. Shirley Matthews of Counseling and Psychological Services, to create a community of support and accountability.
Groups are filling up fast, so complete the interest form ASAP.
|"Getting Things Done" Interest Form|
After completing the form, you will be contacted about scheduling a meeting with the facilitators to assess whether this group is the right fit for you.