The College of Education and Human Services and the Office of Campus Life and Student Success recently hosted a Real Talk Workshop event to assist students with academic holds or other issues that might prevent them from registering for the upcoming semester.
Kimberly McLeod, dean of the College of Education and Human Services, said more than 270 students were registered at the event. She reported that faculty and staff supporting the event eventually lost count of the number of students they were able to assist, as a large group of students remained well past the workshop’s scheduled end time.
She emphasized, however, that registration is only the first step toward student success.
“The next step is for students to successfully navigate and thrive in the higher education landscape,” McLeod said. “We are so happy to help guide our students in their academic journey.”
The next Real Talk Workshop is planned for April 20, 2022.