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# STUDENT SUCCESS SEMINARS

Factoring FUNdamentals!

Factoring polynomials is one of the most
important skills you will use this semester
and in future math classes. Factoring is an
essential skill that can make or break you and
and learn four straight-forward things you
can do to make it in factoring and your math
class!

• Math 113 and above
Thursday, January 15, 3:30–4:50 pm
LA200
• Math 53 and above
Monday, March 16, 6:00-7:20 pm
MC200 B&C

Here comes your first math test!

This seminar will focus on ten steps math
students can use to help them on the first
test, through their final exam and in future
math classes. An added bonus is a brief “Are
You Ready?” quiz which will focus on sample
skills students should have mastered to be
prepared for their first test.
• Math 45, 47, 53, 101, 111, 113
Monday, January 26, 2:00–3:20 pm
MC200B&C
Wednesday, January 28, 6:00-7:20 pm
MC200B&C

What You Need to Know to Write a Good
Paper for Any Class!

Have you had writing assignments in political
science, history or other classes and wondered
how to best complete the papers? This seminar
will demonstrate how to efficiently handle all
writing assignments.
Wednesday, February 4, 11:30–12:50 pm
MC200B&C

Story Problems:
Everybody’s Favorite – NOT!

If you have a math class, then you know how
frustrating dealing with story problems can be.
This workshop will focus on proven techniques
3,” mixture, distance, and interest-problems.
• Math 053
Thursday, February 5, 3:30–4:50 pm
LA200
• Math 113
Thursday, February 5, 6:00 –7:20 pm
LA200

Your First Math Test: An Error Analysis

Want to increase your performance on your
next math test? Students wishing to improve
test scores are invited to participate in an
error analysis. An analysis chart will be used
to identify the problem’s origin, the types of
errors made and ways to avoid making those
same mistakes
again. You must bring a test to
participate in this workshop!
Wednesday, February 11, 1:30–2:50 pm
Monday, February 16, 6:00–7:20 pm
MC200 B & C

“I studied hard for the test, and I still
couldn’t remember the information!
Why??? Is it bad luck?” Keys to Good
Memory – There’s no luck Involved!

If you have struggled trying to remember
information for exams or even if you think
you have a fairly good study system, you will
benefit from this seminar. Discover the keys
Monday, February 16, 1:00–2:00 pm
MC110
Tuesday, March 17, 6:00–7:00 pm
MC200 B&C

Everything You Always Wanted to

Handling all of the issues involved with
transferring to a university can be a
daunting task. This seminar is designed
to provide information about how to
effectively negotiate the requirements
of transferring and make the process less
stressful. Even if this is your first year in
college, this seminar is appropriate for
you. Be proactive; learn about policies up
front!
Wednesday, March 11, Noon–1:00 pm
MC110

Jobs of a Different Color –
White, Blue and Green

The concept of green collar jobs has been
discussed in the media and business
world. Just what constitutes a green
collar job? What skills and/or training are
necessary to prepare for these careers?
Where is the growth, and are there any
downsides to this career track? This
seminar will answer these questions as
well as other related information.
Monday, March 23, 1:00–2:20 pm
MC200 B&C

is it? Why and How Can I Become
Involved?

Many transfer programs are highly
competitive and, therefore, attract
students who have demonstrated
becomes, “How can you distinguish
develop skills necessary to be competitive
in your field of study?” One way to do
research programs. University and
Schoolcraft faculty who have been
university
involved in research efforts will share
information and insights.
Wednesday, April 8, 1:00–3:00 pm
MC 200 A through D

Basic Training – Math Boot Camp

A “just in time” review of some of the
essential skills you’ve learned this
semester.
• Fractions in Ten Words or Less
Monday, April 13, 1:00–2:00 pm
MC110
• The 5-Steps of Solving Linear
Equations
Monday, April 13, 2:30–3:30 pm
MC110
• Graphing Linear Equations
Wednesday, April 15, 12:00–1:20 pm
MC200B&C
• Factoring/Rational Expressions
Thursday, April 16, 4:00–6:00 pm
MC200B&C