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Freshman Program

 

Your Roadmap to Freshman Success

Student Playbook teaches you the skills you need to quickly adjust and excel on campus. Research proves that students who integrate quickly into their college environments enjoy stronger social support, greater academic success, and less homesickness. 

Review our Freshmen modules on time management, resiliency-building, and creating healthy relationships to learn how Student Playbook will equip you with these essential life skills.

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Module 0:

Introduction to Freshman Playbook

Module 1:

Productivity

Lesson 1: Self-Control
Lesson 2: Resourcefulness
Lesson 3: Future Orientation

Module 2:

Resiliency

Lesson 1: Managing Stress
Lesson 2: Self-Compassion
Lesson 3: Comfort with Change and Uncertainty

Module3:

Planning

Lesson 1: Launching Your College Life
Lesson 2: Finding Support
Lesson 3: Building Your Plan

Senior Program

 

Coming Soon

Research tells us that a college degree is still important and provides most of the foundational things graduates need to succeed.

Research tells us that regardless of degree completion there are gaps between what graduates have and what employers need.

Gaps fall into two categories 

Function (needs to be taught on the job, job-specific).

Non-cognitive (soft skills) that tough to teach on job and tough to measure; need a new approach

University students studying together
Module 1:

Collaboration

  • – Networking
  • – Mentoring
  • – Teamwork
  • – Empathy
Module 2:

Communication

  • – Active Listening
  • – Oral Presentation
  • – Negotiations
  • – Visual Literacy
  • – Storytelling
Module 3:

Critical Thinking

  • – Problem Identification
  • – Problem Solving
  • – Decision-Making
  • – Meta-Cognition
Module 4:

Conduct

  • – Professionalism
  • – Doing the Right Thing
  • – Rules of Work
  • – Respect for Others

Parent Program

 

Student Legal Forms Coming Soon

Research tells us that a college degree is still important and provides most of the foundational things graduates need to succeed.

Research tells us that regardless of degree completion there are gaps between what graduates have and what employers need.

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