Current students will have the opportunity to learn about free services available during the Driven to ACT student engagement event Feb. 19 and 20. Students are encouraged to engage with Advising, Counseling, and Tutoring from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.at the Ada County Campus Pintail Center. These key support areas of the College are dedicated to assisting students with academic planning, time management, mental health and wellness, and academic support through drop-in, individualized, or online tutoring.
With many students seeing their first significant grades of the semester, and some becoming doubtful if they can continue on, CWI wants to help you stay driven in your education by introducing you to these free resources.
During the event, students will be able to:
- Meet with Advising: Check on your academic plan and make an appointment, if necessary.
- Visit Counseling: Spin the Wheel of Stress to win prizes, learn how to handle life and college stresses, and make a counseling appointment.
- Tour Tutoring: Explore everything Tutoring can offer, get questions answered about class topics, prepare for exams, and become more confident in the subjects you are studying.
Get your Driven to Success Passport stamped at all three locations and be eligible to receive a free Crumbl Cookie at Student Affairs.
Driven to ACT
Feb. 19 and 20
10:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
Ada County Campus Pintail Center
Common Area and room 1304
Contact Caroline Brode in Student Affairs at 208.562.3452 or email@example.com to learn more.