October

Personally:

  • Attend the annual Student Health Fair to learn about ways of promoting good health. Some of the topics include: stress prevention, exercise, insurance, and nutrition! 10/28, 11am-2pm
  • Continue to be active in student organizations and clubs.
  • Have you set created a list of goals and objectives for the semester? If not, do so! Do everything with a purpose. If you don’t know where to start, schedule a consultation with the OAR!
  • Make an appointment for a weekend consultation with Brian Cuzzolina, an academic development specialist who has been helping students from Penn, Princeton, and Thomas Jefferson University with their academic and personal success. 10/11 & 10/18, 12-4pm

Academically:

  • Interested in applying for graduate school? Attend the Bound for Graduate and Professional School presentation by Donald Asher (a well-known authority in graduate school admissions!). 10/7, 7-8:30pm
  • Feeling behind? Having trouble studying alone? Grab a friend and study at the Office of Academic Resources on during The Accountability Project (TAP) hours. Study together for three weekends and you’ll be eligible for raffle drawings (Chipotle gift cards!) at the end of the semester. If you need a study partner, send an email to hc-oar@haverford.edu! 10/19 & 10/26, 3-6pm
  • Attend a writing workshop, led by the Fall 2014 Mellon Creative Residents, Niq Mhlongo and Chika Unigwe.
  • Consider attending:
    1. Email Composition Workshop, 10/6 5-6:30pm
    2. Panapto Workshop, 10/21 5-5:30pm
    3. GRE Preparation Workshop, led by the OAR & CCPA in Stokes 118. 10/31, 6:30-8:00pm

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If Considering Study Abroad:

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