Time Management Tips
-Adapted from the Academic Skills Center at Dartmouth College
Study Group Tips
Find more study group tips in the Group Projects LibGuide.
The Office of Student Navigation serves as a liaison between Academic Affairs and Student Affairs. The Student Navigator communicates with faculty and faculty advisors to promote retention and student success.
Student Navigation offers help to students experiencing difficulties that may affect their performance at CPTC. The program is designed to assist students who are experiencing difficulties in class, being excessively absent from class or experiencing other problems that may affect academic performance.
Contact the Student Navigator:
Lauren McCullough | Student Navigator, Special Services
1701 Carswell Avenue, Waycross, GA 31503
912.285.6361 or email email@example.com
Student Success Center
The Student Success Center is a resource center for students and faculty that works collaboratively with the campus community to promote student persistence and successful completion of students' educational goals.
The following services are available:
Computers and study areas
Assistance to students in basic computer skills
Individualized tips and sessions are offered from the Student Navigator on study skills, test taking skills, test anxiety, motivation, stress and time management by faculty request
Tools for students to successfully complete class assignments (pens, pencils, highlighters, calculators, books, staplers, hole punch, etc.)
Location: Buliding 1100, Room 1148 | Waycross Campus
Hours of operation: Mon-Thurs | 7:30 am - 5 pm and Fri | 8 am - 12 pm
It is important for faculty to identify students who may be at-risk for course completion early in the semester. Early intervention is usually more successful. To get the student assistance before they withdraw or fail a class submit a TEAMS alert.
TEAMS is TCSG’s Early Alert Management System and is a collaborative web-based early intervention referral process designed to identify and sustain students who may be at-risk of attrition.