Monday, January 25th: Noon
Facilitator: Kamey Doetch, Fitness Wellness Instructor
Are you having a hard time sticking to a healthy diet while being home during this difficult time? Come and learn how to maximize what you have in your pantry, prevent mindless eating, and maintain an overall healthy diet while staying at home.
Monday, February 1: 1pm
Facilitator: Tim Spielman, Manager of Academic and Transfer Advising
Tim Spielman, RVC's Manager of Academic and Transfer Advising, will discuss the basics of transfer planning, including the transfer timeline, the application process, and scholarship opportunities for transfer students.
Thursday, February 11: 11am
Facilitators: Casey Hauser and Claudia Consuelos-Cabrera, New Student Enrollment Coordinators
Are you a first generation student? Come to this workshop to see if you are, meet other first generation students and staff, and learn about different tips and resources available! We will also highlight and discuss the Imposter Syndrome and how to cope with it.
Monday, February 22: 3pm
Facilitator: Professor Laura Constant, Biology Faculty
Developing an organized system of note taking is a critical part of college success even in an online course. Perfecting the skills for taking virtual materials (video lectures, animations, and typed PowerPoint lectures) and creating useful, concise yet precise study aids can not only help students with time management but can also improve overall grades. This seminar will show you tips and actual steps for how to take notes in your online classes.
Thursday, February 25: 1pm
Facilitator: Katy Dabbs, Testing Assistant
There is more than one way to earn credit at RVC. You can receive credit for what you already know through several methods including the College Level Examination Program, Advanced Placement exams and more. Accelerate your pace towards graduation by earning credit for what you already know.
Tuesday, March 16th: 2pm
Facilitators: Oge I., Stephanie B., and Judy K., RVC Students and Peer Mentors
During this workshop, you’ll hear from current RVC students and Peer Mentors about how they have been able to stay motivated and be successful at RVC. You’ll leave with a list of ideas to use during the second half of the spring semester and beyond!
Wednesday, March 24th: 11am
Facilitators: Stephanie Nissen, RVC Library Circulation Services Coordinator and Maria Figiel-Krueger, RVC Reference Librarian
Don't let research be an obstacle! Your local research experts, Maria and Stephanie, will help you navigate many of the resources available to you. This session will cover the various ways to find scholarly sources to help you complete college-level coursework.
Friday, April 2: 1pm
Facilitator: Lien Vu, Dual Credit Coordinator and Transitions Advisor
What is an "ally?" Why are allies so important in the fight for social equality? Are YOU a good ally? In this workshop, students will learn 5 steps they can take to be a strong ally on campus, in their workplaces, and in life in general. This workshop is sponsored by RVC’s Safe Zone Project. For more information, please visit www.rockvalleycollege.edu/safezone.
Monday, April 26: 3pm
Facilitator: Candace Newson, Nursing Coordinator
This stress management workshop will help you identify when you are feeling stressed as well as some strategies to allow you to cope with the stressors in your life.