Each semester the Student Success Office facilitates workshops to support the advising community. Below you can view information on our next presentation and access past presentations.
Registration is CLOSED.
The BETA (Behavior Evaluation and Threat Assessment) Team evaluates reports about UMD students who are concerning, disruptive, or threatening. They bring expertise from various functional areas: public safety, mental health, counseling, student conduct, and student affairs to assess concerning behavior and to develop strategies to support the well-being and academic success of all students. This workshop with provide a comprehensive overview on the BETA Team and how they can be used as a valuable resource for the UMD advising community.
RSVP for Tuesday, March 5 HERE.
This workshop is led by key directors on campus who serve together on the Fostering Terp Success Working Group. Fostering Terp Success is a new initiative to provide support systems for students who have experienced foster care, are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless, or who are without a family support network. They will provide a general overview of the issues/challenges faced by students, especially related to food and housing insecurity, and identify the key places for advisors to make referrals.
RSVP for Tuesday, March 26 HERE.
Representatives from the UMD Counseling Center will present on the topic of Mental Health Resources on Campus (both Counseling Center and Health Center resources) and will provide some tools for coping with stress when working with students in the current campus climate.
Registration OPENING SOON.
Are you confused about the General Education program requirements? Wonder why we publish 4-year plans? This workshop will outline GenEd categories and give an overview of the Student Academic Success-Degree Completion program.
Fall 2018: Reenrollment Basics
Fall 2018: Working With Undocumented Students, Laura M. Bohórquez Garcia
Spring 2018: Building Your Career & Leadership Skills, Cynthia Stevens
Spring 2018: Online Teaching Workshop, Sandra Loughlin and Ben Bederson
Fall 2017: Self and Community Care in Midst of Racial Trauma, Dr. Carlton Green
Spring 2017: General Education and Transfer Credit Services
Spring 2017: Working With and Supporting Undocumented Students
Fall 2016: Hold File Waitlist
Spring 2016: Academic Clemency
Fall 2015: Reenrollment Process for Non-Advising Units
Spring 2015: Reenrollment Process After the Decision
Fall 2014: Introduction to the Reenrollment Process