Ace That Class

 

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The Ace That Class series, hosted by First Year Experience, is designed to connect student participants with faculty, staff and campus departments at Auburn through educational panels and interactive workshops. Throughout the year, students are able to attend interactive sessions centering around topics such as time-management, reading difficult material, taking effective notes, and many other useful topics for college students wishing to succeed academically. See below for current and upcoming Ace That Class sessions!

Some of our great panelists!

Connection
  • By working to incorporate and collaborate with different staff and faculty members across campus, Ace That Class connects participants with different resources on campus to increase students’ network of support here at Auburn.
  • Connecting with staff, faculty, and other students on campus allows students to broaden their social circles, learn more about the experiences of other members of our campus community, and form a deeper connection with our university.
Interaction
  • Through the interactive format of this FYE series, Ace That Class allows students to engage with the content being discussed by providing them with opportunities to interact with faculty members on our panels and participate hands-on in our workshops.
Education
  • Ace That Class offers a wide variety of panels and workshops with educational themes meant to increase students’ success both in and out of the classroom.
  • Through the involvement of faculty, staff, and campus departments, Ace That Class is able to provide professional insight from our very own Auburn educators on how to perform well in college-level courses.

Fall 2020 Series

Faculty Panel: History, English, Literature

Faculty Panel Format - Welcome Week 2020

Friday 14 August, 10:00am - 11:30am
Watch the Recording Here

Meet faculty members and find out the tips to be successful in these courses. Students will have an opportunity to ask questions and get candid insight!

Faculty Panel: Biology, Chemistry, Math

Faculty Panel Format - Welcome Week 2020

Friday 14 August, 1:00pm - 2:30pm
Watch the Recording Here

Meet faculty members and find out the tips to be successful in these courses. Students will have an opportunity to ask questions and get candid insight!

Professors Are People, Too!

Faculty Panel Format

Wednesday 9 September, 2:00pm - 3:30pm
Watch the Recording Here

This panel is centered on helping students become more comfortable approaching their professors for help with class content and resources that professors can provide. The questions will center around office hours and exam prep; specifically, how students can reach out to their instructors for these resources.

Tackling Tough Material: College-Level Reading & Note Taking

Workshop Format

Thursday 8 October, 2:00pm - 3:30pm

Has the adjustment to college-level reading and note taking been difficult for you? Learn about developing strategies to understand difficult course material from members of the Miller Writing Center and Academic Support!

Registration Assistance

In Person Drop-In Format

TBD

No Registration Needed, Bring Your Own Device

Registration time is here! Swing by our drop-in session to get live help from Staff, CWE Counselors, and Peer Instructors with registering for your spring classes.

Final Exams

Faculty Panel Format

Chemistry, Biology, Math: time TBD, location TBD

History, English, Literature: time TBD, location TBD

Drop-ins welcome!

Exams are right around the corner!  Come join faculty from different subjects and find out the tips to help prepare you to be success on your final exams!

Last modified: October 19, 2020