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KU Parking Services - If you own a car and wish to part on campus, this is where you purchase your parking permit.

KU and Lawrence Bus Service - KU and the City of Lawrence, collaborate to provide public transportation around the city of Lawrence. Students and staff ride free with a valid KU ID. Bus schedules are found here.

Culture Shock - All students experience this during their time studying abroad. Learn about the causes and tips to over come the effect.

Home Sickness - Being away from home and family is often challenging. Here are some tips for dealing with home sickness.

International Peer Support - Staffed by international students, for international student, the International Peer Support group can help you navigate your transition at KU.

CAPS - Counseling and Psychological Services can help students with issues related to adjusting to college and other psychological, interpersonal and family problems.

Academic Integrity - As a student you are held to particular standards of academic integrity. This website explains those standards.

Study Skills - Learning how to study effectively will help you maximize your educational experience.

Time Management - Learning how to study effectively will help you maximize your educational experience.

Academic Support - The Academic Achievement & Access center can assist you in finding tutoring for your classes.

Writing Center - The Writing Center helps students improve and prefect their writing style.

Student Organizations - KU offers over 600 student run clubs and organizations.

Watkins Health Services - On campus health, wellness and medical services available to students.

7 Study Tips to Ace Your Finals  Tuesday, April 18, 2017

  1. Keep your mind and body alert -  sleep, exercise and nutrition are important to optimal academic performance.
  2. Get organized – find all notes, handouts, outside readings, study guides and texts.  Put these in chronological order.  It will make review easier.
  3. Create an exam study plan.  Set reasonable goals – it may not be possible to cover a course in one night.  Learning material in smaller bites will be more effective and far less stressful than cramming a few days before.
  4. Divide and conquer – by taking the chapters, sections, notes, outside readings, etc. and divide them by the days left to prepare for the exam.
  5. Plan for essay questions – create a working outline for the topics which will be included on the exam.  Highlight the key elements.  Most discussion questions will have 2-3 parts to answer.  Decide what the main points could be and create paragraphs to support your answer.  Writing these down is a great way to study and enhances recall.
  6. Attend review sessions – even if you feel you have the information down cold.  Attending review sessions may further clarify your understanding of the material.
  7. Take deep breathes.  Use visualization.  Visualize taking the test, know the material, answering the questions and doing well.

Rock Chalk Good Luck!

Mid-Terms Are Approaching Monday, February 20, 2017

Mid-term exams are fast approaching. It’s time to ask yourself, how are you really doing in your classes this spring? Are you having trouble with any of your classes? Are you keeping up on your assignments? If you are concerned about any of your classes, now is the time to seek out extra help. The AAAC (Academic Achievement & Access Center), has developed a number of programs to assist you be academic successful. Programs such as the KU Writing Center, Help Rooms, Hawk Link and others are available to you. To explore these options, go to www.tutoring.ku.edu, or stop by their offices in Room 4017, Wescoe Hall or give them a call at 864-7733.

Remember that after mid-terms, the end of the semester is only 8 weeks away. If you need help, come see me.

Rock Chalk!


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