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Posted by Bruce Pennington on September 24, 2015

Hello all! My fellow Student Support Specialist, Justyna, and I are here this week to share some tips on how to utilize one of the best academic resources on campus: TUTORS. Tutoring is a great way to get help on coursework from one of your peers who successfully mastered the class before you.

Posted by Robyn Reafler on September 17, 2015

Hello RIT students.  My name is Robyn Reafler and I am a Student Support Specialist at the ASC.  I want to share with you a bit about a service that the ASC offers, called Academic Coaching.academic coaching icon

Posted by Amber Kates on September 10, 2015

Hi everyone! My name is Amber and I’m a 4th year student here at RIT. Over the years I have gone through trial and error with many different ways to study, and I want to share with you some of the tips that have helped me the most.


Posted by Josh Vickerson on September 03, 2015

Welcome to college. Things are different here. A high school schedule was pretty predictable. You went to school around 7:30, you finished around 2:00, maybe had a club or sports practice after school, went home, or maybe to work. Things are a little more irregular in college. You could have four classes back-to-back on Monday, an 8am and a 4pm on Tuesday and nothing on Wednesday (okay, that might be exaggerating a little, but you get the idea). It’s a bit odd and it takes some getting used to. Figuring out how to manage your time, in what ever way works for you, is really the key to your success.