The Academic Support Center provides services for all RIT and RIT/NTID supported Baccalaureate and Graduate degree-seeking students. Any NTID students enrolled in an associate’s degree program such as NTID’s AAS, AOS or AA program should first seek academic support from NTID’s Counseling and Academic Advising Services office.
Utilize these resources to get started in improving your time management, study skills, math, and writing. If you need further support, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Time management and organization skills are the hallmarks of academic success. The use of proven strategies such as planners and calendars, weekly schedules, and to-do lists help students to manage academic responsibilities, build persistence, curb procrastination and ease stress.
|Intersession Term Grid 2014 (8.5x11)||Weekly To Do List|
|Spring Term Grid 2015 (8.5x11)||Weekly Schedule Grid|
|Spring Term Grid 2015 (8.5x14)||Personal Time Survey|
|Spring Term Grid 2015 (11x17)||Getting Organized for the Semester|
The Study Process is a systematic method of study that engages students in an active, meaningful approach to learning. The process helps students to understand what studying truly involves by identifying what to study, how to study, and when to study.
|3 Levels of Review||Course Information Sheet (v.1) | (v.2)|
|Dealing with Test Anxiety||Text Reading Strategies|
|Surviving Exam Week||Preparing for and Taking Exams|
|Tip Sheet for Textbook Preview|
How to best prepare for Mathematics/Science/Technology quizzes and tests often mystifies students. Knowing how to prepare for class, take good notes and work effectively with class materials in mathematics/science/technology courses promotes academic success.
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Presentation and public speaking skills are absolutely critical to success in the classroom, in the boardroom, and in research conferences. We are judged by our abilities to effectively and concisely communicate our ideas to others. See the links below for steps to make your presentations shine, and stop by the Presentation Center in Wallace Library for further 1-on-1 practice and feedback with a trained mentor.
|Presentation Cheat Sheet||Powerful Presentations – Design|
|IEEE Effective Presentation Design||Powerful Presentations – Structure|
|IEEE Effective Scientific Presentations||Powerful Presentations – Delivery|
|IEEE Using Lay Language|