Many different demands will be placed on your academic skills during your Keuka College career. By learning more about your academic strengths and weaknesses, you’ll have the opportunity to build the skills necessary to become a successful and confident college student. Academic counseling can help you do just that.
When you seek academic counseling, one of the first things you’ll do is meet with an ASK professional to:
Once the initial assessment is complete, we’ll provide personalized suggestions to help you adjust your study methods and techniques. If necessary, we can also provide one-on-one instruction and practice in writing, reading, and general learning strategies.
Our academic counselors can also help you fine-tune and improve your skills in one or more of the following areas:
Academic counseling is open to all students enrolled in a Keuka program. So, whether you’re an honor student, a student with a learning difference, a student who speaks English as a second language, an adult student, or simply someone who’s interested in strengthening your academic skills, we encourage you to access academic counseling services in one of the following ways: