Spring 2019 Event Calendar
Previous Presentations and Workshops
Couldn't make it to one of our workshops? That's okay! When possible, we'll be saving any salient powerpoints, handouts, and educational materials on this page, so even if you can't come to a particular session, you'll still have the information at your fingertips. Click on the session title to see the presentation slides.
Do you ever feel like you aren't good enough to be here? That everyone else is smarter and has more to contribute than you?
This is a very common feeling for students in highly selective educational environments, and it has a name: Imposter Syndrome. See above for a hand-out from our workshop on ways to reframe the way you think about yourself when you start to have these feelings.
Learn some great tips from the Library about research and getting organized for writing your BA. Check out the workshop presentation in the link above, or this Zotero Quickstart Guide or these Search Strategies. In addition, many of the web tutorials discussed can be found on the Library YouTube channel.
This workshop covers the basics needed to understand your first job offer as well as plan for retirement. It was from a presentation by Moneythink!
Wondering what happens to your financial aid when you study abroad? Concerned about affording the experience? This presentation answers those questions and many more.
We have also compiled a list of available scholarships and grants to subsidize the cost of studying abroad. Click HERE to learn more!
Whether you're applying for nationally competitive scholarships and fellowships or thinking about graduate school, you'll need strong letters of recommendation! Click the link above to learn what makes a strong letter, how to identify recommenders, and how to best ask someone to write on your behalf.
Wondering how your financial aid will be impacted if you move off campus? Want to know how to budget for it? Click on the presentation below to answer all these questions!
We also have a student budget template here.
Did you know that you should be setting aside a certain amount of your earnings this summer for the summer work expectation for financial aid? These tools can help you plan. We also have this example budget.
Don't see the information you're looking for? Send us an e-mail at email@example.com.