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30Sep2014

Enchanted Modernities - Mysticism, Landscape & the American West

Caine College of the Arts and the Leverhulme Trust…

30Sep2014

Graduate School Fair

Career Services is happy to host fairs affording…

30Sep2014

Tanner Talk -- Feast or Famine - Feeding a Hungry World in the 21st Century

Tanner Talk - Provost Noelle Cockett will present this…

30Sep2014

Biology Seminar: John McCutcheon, PhD, Div. of Biological Sciences, UofMontana

Dr. John McCutcheon, assistant professor in the Division…

30Sep2014

Gasa Gasa Girl Goes to Camp:The Watercolors and Words of Lily Yuriko Nakai Havey

In this newly published memoir, Lily Havey combines…

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Rapid Learning Drop-In


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“15 minutes Can Change Your Life”

Nontraditional students have unique constraints on their personal resources and time, and typically prefer information delivered in succinct manner. Taking these factors into consideration, the Access & Diversity Center in partnership with the Academic Resource Center created Rapid Learning Drop–In to provide ongoing opportunities for nontraditional students to recharge, socialize with other nontraditional students, and connect to relevant campus offices and expertise, all in as little as 10–15 minutes.

How it Works

Drop–In sessions occur twice per month, Wednesdays at (11:00 am – 1:00 pm). Each session features a topic which is delivered in 15 min (or less), and is repeated three times during the Drop-In session. Students are welcome to come and stay for the full two hours, or stop by for just a few minutes. Additional features of these sessions include food, handouts on the day’s topic, access to information on additional campus and community resources, as well as opportunities to connect to other nontraditional students and the Nontraditional Program Coordinator.

Drop-In sessions are held in the Access & Diversity Center TSC 315 Lounge, in an effort to highlight spaces available for nontraditional student use.

Fall 2014 Topics and Materials

9/10/2014, 11:00 - 1:00,
  • Study Smart and Time Management, Debi Jensen, Academic Resource Center
  • 9/24/2014, 11:00 - 1:00,
  • Community Activities Think Tank, Paul Purser, Access & Diversity Center
  • 10/8/2014, 11:00 - 1:00,
  • Relaxation, Chelsi Kleintz Davis, CAPS
  • 10/22/2014, 11:00 - 1:00,
  • Healthy Snacking, Student Health & Wellness
  • 11/5/2014, 11:00 - 1:00,
  • Career Prep, Donna Crow, Career Services
  • 11/19/2014, 11:00 - 1:00,
  • Prepping for Finals, Debi Jensen, Academic Resource Center


  • Archive Listings

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    Spring 2014
    • January 22, Being a resilient and intentional student presented by the Academic Resource Center
    • February 5, The Concentration Cycle and balancing life, school and family presented by the Academic Resource Center
    • February 19, Building lasting Relationships, presented by Counseling and Psychological Services
    • March 5, Nutrition, Eating for good grades, presented by Student Health and Wellness
    • March 26, The Joy of Depression, presented by Counseling and Psychological Services
    • April 9, Preparing for Finals, presented by the Academic Resource Center
    Fall 2013
    • October 23, Topic: Making friends with math (And other sage advice from a Zen Master.)
    • November 7, Topic: Mindset (Free your mind and unshackle the possibilities.)
    • November 20,Topic: Paying for college (And not for the rest of your life.)
    • December 5, Topic: Chillax! (Learn how to chill and relax all for the same low price)
    Spring 2013
    • February 27, Topic: Time Management
    • March 20, Topic: Student Health Services
    • April 4, Topic: Chill-ax! Mental Prep for Finals Week
    • April 17, Topic: I Have My Own Librarian?! And Other Things You may not Know about the USU Library
    Fall 2012
    Spring 2012