Workshops and Skill Sessions
Seminole State College provides opportunities for developing and refining academic, occupational and personal skills through in-person Skill Sessions and on-demand online workshops. Regardless of your schedule and availability, Seminole State has wonderful resources for you! More information on each type of workshop can be found below the calendar.
The Academic Advising and Counseling department invites you to participate in its free workshops/Skill Sessions, offered during the Fall and Spring terms. They are interesting, insightful and informative workshops that sharpen your academic and life skills. No sign-up is required and Skill Sessions are offered on all four of Seminole State's campuses.
Students enrolled in College Success (SLS 1101) or Life/Career Planning (SLS 1301C) may receive extra credit for attending one or more workshops/Skill Sessions. Please speak with your instructor for details.
For a list of upcoming Skill Sessions being offered, view the Skill Sessions calendar. You can download the associated PowerPoint presentations or videos for select Skill Sessions using the links below.
- Finding Peace in a Stressful World
- First Term Transfer to Seminole State
- The Importance of an Educational Plan (Seminole State/UCF)
- Passport to Your Success at Seminole State
- Seamless Transition – Seminole State to UCF
- Selecting a Major
- Student Veteran Workshop
- Test Anxiety and Test Taking (video)
- Time Management
- True Colors
StudentLingo Online Student Success Workshops
Through StudentLingo, students can utilize on-demand workshops 24 hours a day to help them brush up on skills like time management, financial aid, study techniques and more. The presentations, which are available in both English and Spanish, are accessible from any computer with Internet access, so students may use them on or off campus. StudentLingo also offers action plans and other resources to help students develop the tools they need to succeed.
All workshops are compliant with the standards described by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), and video transcripts are available to help students follow along with the presentations.
To explore the resources available to you, visit StudentLingo's Seminole State hub.