Study Strategies


A good place to start when studying is with the professors at the front of your classes!

Your professors are available to you in and out of the classroom for help with coursework, test preparation, and suggestions for how to best learn the subject. Visit your professors during office hours, stay an extra 10 minutes after class to chat, or send an e-mail. Your professors want to interact with you--don't let this great resource go to waste!

You can also take advantage of the Counseling and Career Assessment Center, housed in College Hall room 303.  They offer counseling services on note-taking, time management, and other services. Contact CCAC for an appointment or visit their website.

Here are some other study strategies to help you do well in your classes throughout the semester:

Study hard, and good luck this semester! If you have questions, contact us.

Study Strategy references used by Academic Advising & Assistance and cited on these pages include:
  • Ellis, David B., 2001. Becoming a Master Student, sixth edition. College Survival, Inc., Rapid City, SD.
  • Kanar, Carol C., 2001. The Confident Student, fourth edition. Houghton Mifflin Company, Boston, MA.
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