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Join us for Student Success Day, Tuesday, Jan. 31

Join us on Tuesday, Jan. 31 for Student Success Day!

This is a fun day to learn skills for classroom success, plan for graduation or transfer and prepare for an exciting career!

Continue reading for more information about Student Success Day, the keynote speaker, and to view the full schedule.

About Student Success Day

Student Success Day is held twice a year, typically once in September and once in January. This spring, Student Success Day takes place Tuesday, Jan. 31, 2017. On Student Success Day, faculty and staff offer presentations, workshops and activities to help students be successful in school, prepare for graduation or transfer and achieve their career goals. There are no classes on Student Success Day and parking is free! In addition, there will be a $7 box lunch available in the cafeteria provided by Tiffin Man.

When you arrive to campus on Student Success Day, check in at the welcome tables in the T Skyway. You will receive a printed schedule with room locations and answers to other questions you might have about the day.

The day is organized in a conference format and will give you a chance to interact informally with our staff and faculty around a variety of important topics including:

  • Classroom Success
  • Career Planning
  • Financial Fitness
  • Graduation and Transfer Planning
  • Leadership and Student Life
  • Technology to Know
  • Health and Wellness
  • Student Support

Student Success Day sessions last 50 minutes and take place between 9 a.m. and 8 p.m.

View and download the complete Student Success Day schedule (PDF)

Keynote Speaker

David Edward Garcia
Photo credit: David Edward Garcia

Keynote Speaker: David Edward Garcia
T Building Plaza and Cafeteria
12-1:30 p.m.

"When you are motivated, you have the power to change and the strength to go anywhere in life you choose!"

David is the only 5-language-speaking-motivational-comedian on the planet! David empathizes with diverse students who face challenges because he was once considered an "at-risk student" himself before defying the odds and graduating with a bachelor's degree and then earning his master’s degree.

Biography excerpt used with permission by David Edward Garcia at davidedwardgarcia.com

We look forward to seeing you on January 31!