Navigating Northwestern Academics
An event series for undergrads
Navigating Northwestern Academics is a series of casual forums designed to help undergraduates find their best footing in negotiating the sometimes-rocky path toward their academic goals. These events may be especially useful for first-year students, but all Northwestern undergrads are welcome.
Find Your Rhythm, Stay Motivated, and Finish Strong
Tuesday, May 12 at 11:00 am Central Time via Zoom
Finding it hard to stay motivated with courses this quarter? You’re not alone! The sudden shift to remote learning and a new grading system present new challenges around focus, organization, and drive. Join us for a 45-minute structured discussion to explore what interferes with motivation, and how you can find a rhythm and structure that helps you feel more engaged as you finish out the quarter. RSVP at Eventbrite, and you will receive login information. Sponsored by Residential Services and Academic Support & Learning Advancement.
Keep Learning, Wherever You Are! Engaging with Academics During COVID-19
Thursday, April 9 at 4:00 pm Central Time via Zoom
Learning remotely will take some getting used to, but there are some key things you can do to help ensure a smooth transition. Join us for this 30-minute interactive presentation and prepare yourself for the weeks to come! RSVP by 6pm Wednesday at Eventbrite, and you will receive login information. Sponsored by Residential Services and Academic Support & Learning Advancement.
Check back for new offerings!
- Stay Fueled: Maintaining Your Academic Confidence and Energy in Winter Quarter
- Insider’s Guide to Managing Your Course Reading Load
- Insider's Guide to Success in Pre-Med/Pre-Health Courses
- Professors Don't Bite: Building and Leveraging Faculty Relationships
Questions? Feel free to contact us!