Blog . College 101: Spring 2022
01/27/22 | Posted by Richard Sarian | Posted in Student Affairs
College 101 is a programming series designed to help students succeed in college. First-year students are strongly encouraged to attend, but all students are welcome to participate.
All workshops are from 11:45am to 12:45pm.
Preparing for Success: College to Career will explore how one's time at CIA builds into a professional practice, addressing how to maximize the college experience through academic and professional work.
Lauren Ryan, Director, Career Center
Erin Duhigg, Assistant Director, Academic Affairs
Library Resources and Research Made Easy will explore the Library's most used resources and services. Students will learn how to access your online library record, create research plans and find what you need to succeed in their classes. Tutors from the Writing + Learning Center will also be on hand to help.
Natalie Czayka, Student Succes Librarian
Zach Savich, Associate Professor, Interim Chair, Liberal Arts
Room 205 computer lab
Major Registration, Finals Schedule, BFAs will cover the process of registering for major classes in the fall, the compressed Academic Exam/Studio Crit week (two weeks in the fall; one week in the spring), and the BFA senior exhibition week.