Living and Learning Workshop on Improving Academic Focus

October 16, 2018 – Living and Learning Workshops give Santa Fe College students, faculty and staff the opportunity to learn more about themselves to gain insight on the personal, career and academic issues that can impact the quality of life.

This week’s workshop is about “Strategies to Improve Academic Focus” and will be presented by Kimberly Smith, Access Specialist at SF’s Disabilities Resource Center.

Do you ever wish you could ignore all of the distractions around you and just focus…but find that, no matter how hard you try to stay on task, you keep getting sidetracked? Many college students struggle with maintaining focus – especially on assignments requiring sustained attention, like writing papers or reading textbooks. Come and get practical guidance on how to increase the effectiveness of your study time.

The workshop will be held Thursday, Oct. 18, 2018, from 1 – 2 p.m. in the SF Counseling Center, Building R, Room 235.

Living and Learning Workshops are part of a series presented by the SF Counseling Center. For more information, visit sfcollege.edu/counseling/workshops.