The academic skills workshops can help you improve your academic performance and develop your study skills. Workshops include: Exam Strategies, Critical Thinking, Reading Strategies, Note-taking, and Memory Strategies.
The Academic Coaching Program helps students adjust to higher education. Peer Academic Coaches meet with students to develop study plans, discuss time management, goal setting, reading strategies, and more.
The Digital Scholarship Center helps you find, access, and use statistical, geospatial and qualitative data as well as digital humanities, as well as relevant software. They instruct and consult on data discovery, acquisition and use, data management and data management plans, GIS, methodology, and more.
The Writing Center offers five to six workshops to the university community each term on topics ranging from getting started on a draft to punctuation refreshers, In-class workshops as well as a series of language workshops.
Learning Services, located in SUB I, Suite 3129, provides a variety of free, experience-based learning opportunities for the Mason Community through one-on-one academic coaching, academic success workshops, and online resources.