Tag Archives: Center for Academic Success (CAS)

Suite News: Disable the Label

We most likely have no intention to marginalize or cast judgment on those with disabilities but the use of certain phrases or words can do just that. I am not here to give you the “PC” talk and tell you that everything you have ever said, thought, or wrote is wrong or offensive. My intention is to provide you with some insight to help make our campus community an even more inclusive place. Continue reading

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Suite News: Sorry for your writing? Learn to love it.

You might be surprised to hear that the most common sentence I hear from students when working with them as a writing consultant is “I’m sorry.” Some students have apologized over 20 times in an appointment. I didn’t even get that many sorrys when my sister broke my Super Nintendo. Continue reading

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Suite News: How the Student and Academic Services Suite can help you succeed!

The team of friendly professionals in Student and Academic Services (SAS) are ready to help you succeed! We provide services and programming for all undergraduate and graduate students from all of USG’s nine partner universities. Continue reading

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Guest Post: Gabriella Faty, USG Career Services Coordinator

One thing that I emphasize with students, is the importance of networking and creating a LinkedIn profile. Having your LinkedIn profile up-to-date and active is highly recommended. What’s even better is knowing how to use LinkedIn to your advantage. Continue reading

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Guest Post: Rachel Carstens, CAS Coordinator

Greetings from Colorado! I’m writing from Rocky Mountain National Park, where night came early to the mountains. I am about to embark on a 4 day (5 if things don’t go well) 30 mile, 12,650 feet above sea-level backpacking route. … Continue reading

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