Academic Success Center Studies (ASCS)

Academic Success Center Studies (ASCS)

ASCS 101  Theory for Academic Success  1 Credit Hour(s)  

This course is designed to equip students with the theoretical study strategies necessary for success at the college level. It teaches self-management skills such as organization and time management as well as learning strategies including memory and test-taking. Students are also encouraged to discover their individual learning style preferences and implement personal study strategies learned into their study sessions. (Crosslisted with CLST 101)

Offered: Resident

ASCS 103  Practical Application for Academic Success  1 Credit Hour(s)  

This course is designed to move students from theoretical study skills to practical application of skills essential to college success such as organization, time management, metacognition, and a thorough understanding of the university resources available to them. Students will identify their goals and also their weaknesses keeping the from achieving their goals and implement specific strategies accordingly.

Offered: Resident

ASCS 104  College Transition and Study  3 Credit Hour(s)  

This summer program is designed to equip students with the knowledge and study skills necessary for successful transition to a Christian University setting, while facilitating academic, spiritual, and social development. Interaction between facility and students establishes high academic expectation and encourages connection to community and university life. Neither ASCS 100 nor 101 may be taken for credit if a student has already completed ASCS 104. (Formerly CLST 104)

Offered: Resident

ASCS 105  Accountability for Academic Success  1 Credit Hour(s)  

This course provides weekly accountability through one-on-one mentoring by the professor. It also teaches strategies that will enable students to apply college learning skills to their current courses. It is designed to foster an awareness of current academic progress and to encourage the motivation and responsibility necessary for academic success. (Crosslisted with CLST 105)

Offered: Resident

ASCS 301  Soft Skills Training for Employment Success  1 Credit Hour(s)  

This course is designed to train students in the soft skills necessary for success in the work place, such as emotional intelligence, self-awareness, interpersonal communication, conflict resolution, teamwork, flexibility, and critical thinking. (Formerly CLST 301)

Offered: Resident and Online

Oval 1AudioBackArrowCloseShapeFill 1ArrowShapeArrowMenuMagnifying GlassShapeVideoWordmark WTC simple light Created with Sketch.