Uconn Academic Calendar Spring 2023 – The focus of this presentation is academic sustainability Reflect on past failures or struggles, learn what to do when you receive feedback, and apply new strategies when you receive criticism.
Discuss the problem by focusing on the tasks Then discover strategies that will help you focus in the future
Uconn Academic Calendar Spring 2023
Worried about choosing a major? Do you feel like the wrong size? Worried about how certain professions lead to careers? This workshop explores FACT vs. Fiction when choosing a degree program
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Did you know there are different types of stress? Come and discuss ways to deal with the various stresses in your life and the negative outcomes of stress
We are the creator of our academic experience and that starts with our class schedule This workshop will focus on reflecting on your past experiences and using this information to select courses for the following semester.
Managing assignments for an online course can be a challenge We will provide steps to consider when taking an online course to be successful
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Note the different approaches to the same task list and what you use in ideal settings and when you are overwhelmed. Explore strategies for organizing your priorities
Do you know where to turn when you need research help? Learn about e-books, streaming videos and more online resources available at UConn Libraries
This presentation will help you start your semester off on the right foot organized, prepared, and in the mindset to succeed.
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Has anyone gone into the strategy for studying? Want more in your tool belt? This presentation will discuss methods for approaching your course
If you are a STEM major or STEM major, this is the workshop for you Learn how to succeed in your coursework, how to tackle your assignments and study.
Realize the things to consider while preparing for an upcoming exam and then make a plan Learn test format tactics to best approach different types of test questions
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Do you know how to communicate effectively with your professor? This workshop will provide strategies for improving your communication skills during office hours, sending emails, and asking the “right” questions to prepare you for your exam.
Learn about resources on campus and how to ask the right questions when you go there for support We have reached a point where our community needs to make decisions about many aspects of the spring semester Since we can’t know now what the covid-19 situation will be in the spring, our best approach is to model our decisions for the next semester after the ones we made for the fall. With this in mind, student, faculty and staff leaders have been hard at work reviewing plans and deciding how to proceed with the spring semester. We are also in close contact with local and state officials, and the Connecticut Department of Public Health is fully supportive of our plans.
Working together as a community, we have made several decisions recently, which I would like to share here as a resource
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Based on a decision by the University Senate, we shared earlier this week that the start and end dates for the spring semester will remain the same and spring break will be moved to April 11-17, 2021. The University Senate also has final exams. Two days of reading approved Click here to see the full details of the calendar changes posted on the Office of the Provost website
Along with the decision on the calendar, we next have to decide on a mandatory canteen for residential students and the re-entry of student exams at the beginning of the semester and return to class. We heard from students that the two-week canteen before the start of fall classes was challenging for a number of reasons, so our decision for spring also took that into account. Specifically for spring:
Both initiatives are designed for the welfare of our community We expect many of our students, faculty, and staff to return after winter break and spring break; At this point distance learning will help minimize potential contact In addition, if Thanksgiving falls on a sunny day, spring break will provide an opportunity for our students, faculty and staff to reset before entering the home stretch of the semester. We believe that teachers should use the format that best supports student learning and engagement during these two periods, but based on the fall sample it seems likely that many will prefer a synchronous distance learning (DL) format to in-person tutoring. | . .
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The Senate made a temporary change to the rules for this school year that affects pass/fail for students This change extends the deadline for adding or removing courses as pass/fail and expands pass/fail availability to students with fewer than 26 credits and students on school probation. The Graduate Faculty Council has jurisdiction over academic regulations affecting graduate students and existing regulations apply. Pass/Fail is not available for PhD students Click here for more information on the County Board’s website
With the great efforts of our schools and colleges in collaboration with the Registrar’s Office, the modality of each course will be listed at the time of registration. It’s also worth noting that the details and descriptions of modality options shared with instructors last month have been sharpened based on feedback from fall semester courses. These options are intended to provide greater clarity for both instructors and students regarding course expectations for time and format and the proportion of face-to-face distance learning. Click here to view the complete list of spring 2021 modality definitions on the Provost’s Office website.
We will continue to offer fee reductions to help accomplish two goals: 1) campus decongestion; and 2) opening up opportunities for private lessons for student housing
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Residential Life shared an update last week that the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic will not allow the residential area to open at full capacity as expected in the spring. Thus, we have to continue under the same model with about 50% occupancy All residential students at Storrs and Stamford will be required to take re-entry tests and participate in a two-week residential canteen. Students currently living on campus for the fall who wish to return for the spring semester will have the option to remain in the same assignment and keep their belongings in that assignment during winter break. Click here for more information on the Residential Life website
As in the current semester, the cost of accommodation and meals will be the same as in the previous academic year In the unlikely event that a positive change in the virus landscape enables us to remain on campus after spring break and through exams, no additional costs will be added to room and board costs. Additionally, like this fall semester and last spring, Residential Life will work with students who do not have alternative housing for the remainder of the spring semester after the break.
If we are unable to continue campus housing until spring break, students will be offered prorated housing and dining refunds and will follow the university’s refund calendar.
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We believe in the decisions that have been made regarding our spring semester over the last few weeks and it is important that we do our best to communicate the details and rationale for those decisions. We hope this communication has value
Although this announcement provides answers to many important questions before spring, there are still many other decisions that will require more time, including how the university will manage graduation. We will take these decisions cooperatively and sensitively and as quickly as possible
The past few months have been difficult for each of us in different ways; But during that time, I’ve also seen countless examples of our community looking out for each other I am proud to be a part of the UConn nation with each and every one of you as we move through unprecedented challenges.
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January 30, 2023 Neg School Enrollment Increases, Expands Program Slots To Help Connecticut’s Teacher Shortage Procedure for selecting semester room Students applying after the February 11 application deadline will be placed in the housing queue
Students must be fully aware of all university required immunizations and boosters in order to participate in housing selection This condition affects students’ ability to stay on campus and may affect their ability to participate in housing selection If you are affected, you will receive notification by email from Residence Life
Continuing students will have the opportunity to request to live with a specific incoming student (first year and new transfer students) for the fall in June. Continuing students must still select housing during their selection process, but must be prepared to change assignments during the summer if our staff is unable to place an incoming student in your selected room.
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