Tag: Sophomore Success Day

Reminder: Sophomore Success Day

Sophomore Success Day, scheduled for 8:30-3:30 this Thursday (March 5) is a day for sophomores to drop in without appointment to get questions answered about career/major selection, General Education requirements, registration, and more. Sponsored by Academic Advising and Career Services, Student Services 1600. Questions- Mary Simonsen simonsem@uwgb.edu or Steven Newton newtons@uwgb.edu.

Next ‘Sophomore Success Day’ is March 5

It’s a day for sophomores to drop in without appointment to get questions answered about career and major selections, general education requirements, registration, and all things between. Sophomore Success Day takes place Thursday, March 5, between 8:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m., hosted by Academic Advising and Career Services, Student Services 1600. The goal is to help students continue to feel connected and help them navigate what can be a complex transition from general education to major. “Know a student who could benefit? Send them our way!” Direct questions to Mary Simonsen, simonsem@uwgb.edu, or Steven Newton, newtons@uwgb.edu.
 

Sophomore Success Day


Sophomore Success Day is Thursday, Oct. 23, 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. It’s a day for sophomores to drop in without appointment to get questions answered about career/major selection, General Education requirements, registration, and all things in between. The purpose of the event is to help students continue to feel connected and help them navigate what can be a complex transition from General Education to Major. Know a student who could benefit? Send them our way! Sponsored by Academic Advising and Career Services, Student Services 1600. Questions- Ashley Vanden Langenberg or Steven Newton.

Reminder: Sophomore Success Day is Oct. 23

Sophomore Success Day is planned for Wednesday (Oct. 23), 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Sophomores are invited to drop in without appointment to get questions answered about career and major selection, general education requirements, registration, and all things in between. “Know a student who could benefit? Send them our way!” Hosted by Academic Advising and Career Services, Student Services 1600. Questions may be directed to Ashley Vanden Langenberg vandenla@uwgb.edu or Steven Newton newtons@uwgb.edu.


Letting students know about ‘Sophomore Success Day’

Sophomore Success Day is planned for next Wednesday, Oct. 23, 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. At UW-Green Bay, we hear a lot about the first-year experience and getting freshmen off to a fast start, but this is a day for sophomores. Sophomores are invited to drop in without appointment to get questions answered about career and major selection, general education requirements, registration, and all things in between. “Know a student who could benefit? Send them our way!” Hosted by Academic Advising and Career Services, Student Services 1600. Questions may be directed to Ashley Vanden Langenberg vandenla@uwgb.edu or Steven Newton newtons@uwgb.edu.


Sophomore Success Day a team effort

We told you yesterday about Sophomore Success Day, taking place from 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. tomorrow (Thursday, March 14). As you’ll recall, this event offers the chance for sophomores to drop in without an appointment and receive answers to their questions about career/major selection, General Education requirements, registration and everything in between. What we failed to note is that this great event is a collaboration between Academic Advising and Career Services. Thanks to all who make this terrific day possible. For more information contact Ashley Vanden Langenberg, vandenla@uwgb.edu, or Steven Newton, newtons@uwgb.edu.

Seeking sophomore success? Thursday’s the day for students

Academic Advising’s Sophomore Success Day is will take place from 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Thursday, March 14. This event allows sophomore students to drop in without appointment and get questions answered about career/major selection, General Education requirements, registration and all things in between. Know students who could benefit? Send them our way! Student Services 1600. Have questions? Contact Ashley Vanden Langenberg at vandenla@uwgb.edu or Steven Newton at newtons@uwgb.edu.
 

Sophomore Success Day is set for next week

Being a sophomore can sometimes feel like being the “middle child,” so Academic Advising and Career Services are teaming up to give them some attention. Sophomore Success Day is set for Thursday, Oct. 4., from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. It’s a day for sophomores to drop in without appointment, get questions answered about career/major selection, General Education requirements, registration, and all things between. Student Affairs personnel say it’s another step in the ongoing effort to improve retention: “Know a student who could benefit? Send them our way!” Student Services 1600. Direct questions to Ashley Vanden Langenberg vandenla@uwgb.edu or Steven Newton newtons@uwgb.edu.

Student Services pitches ways to avoid ‘Sophomore Slump’


Here’s an interesting event that Student Services is promoting for next Thursday (March 8): Help students avoid the “Sophomore Slump” by suggesting they take part in Sophomore Success Day, which will take place all day at Room 1600 of the Student Services Building (which is the Academic Advising/Career Services area). Organizers note that by sophomore year the thrill of being away at college has faded for many students, leaving them feeling stressed about deciding on a major and choosing a career path. If you know of a sophomore student who has questions about registration, majors or careers (or anything in-between), please let them know about this day. The purpose of the event is to help students continue to feel connected and help them navigate what can be a complex transition. No appointments are necessary; they can stop in anytime between 8:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. and an appropriate adviser will assist them. Questions? Contact Rosa Retrum at ext: 2140.