Where does your time go?
Do you find that you forget to complete assignments, get mixed up on what days your exams are scheduled, or show up for an activity an hour or even a day late? …then this program may be for you
Our On Track Program is meant for students like you who have realized they need a little extra help keeping track of assignments, due dates, and a busy schedule of activities. Balancing all these demands can be overwhelming, but you don’t have to do it alone.
Let us help you work to turn disorganization and distractibility into organization and a clear focus. On Track focuses on academic performance and behaviors. Increasing skills in time management can benefit you for a lifetime and positively affect every area of your life. Begin working with a mentor now–don’t wait until it’s too late!
Here’s How it Works:
- Make an appointment with the Counselor for Disability Services
- Sit down with the counselor during the initial meeting to learn more about this services
- Schedule a time each week to work one-on-one with the Counselor for Disability Services to receive extra help in staying On Track.
For more information call the Counselor for Disability Services at 888.GO NIACC, ext. 4296, email her at email@example.com, or stop in to AB106
Handouts for students participating in the On Track program:
- Monthly Calendar [pdf]
- Weekly Mentoring Form [pdf]
- To-Do List [pdf]
- Time Monitoring Form [pdf]
- Grade Tracking Sheet [pdf]
These handouts will be given to you during the first mentoring session. If you need additional forms you can click on the links above or stop in to the Student Access Office in AB106.