Presentation on theme: "Time Management Center for Academic Student Achievement."— Presentation transcript:
Time Management Center for Academic Student Achievement
Identify any time management issues Procrastinating Do not leave for tomorrow what you can do today Handling Work Load Finish a few assignments at a time, break up larger assignments Socializing Learn to say NO!
Decision making What needs to be done first? What can I do with my free time? Should I go out with friends or study?
Making a plan Create a “To-Do” list and prioritize assignments Work on harder/time-sensitive assignments first Set deadlines Deadlines will help you avoid procrastinating Break down large assignments Smaller tasks will help you stay productive
Planning Semester calendars help remind you about important dates Weekly planners are a good way to plan for upcoming events Daily planners can be more specific
Take a break Schedule short breaks regularly If you feel fatigued or frustrated, step away If an emergency arises, it’s ok to change your schedule Flexibility is a must
Out-of-class obligations Extracurricular Activities Sports, Greek Life, other organizations Working No more than 15 hrs. a week is recommended for Freshmen students Find a job that understands you’re in college and works with your schedule (On campus)
Reward yourself! Schedule time for yourself Do something that makes you happy Remember, this is college… If you WORK hard, its okay to PLAY hard!
Remember… Plan to get help early in the semester ◦ It’s easier for others to help you if you plan ahead Make a daily schedule ◦ Planning your day-to-day will help you accomplish more Schedule time to hang out with friends ◦ Releasing stress is important (Exercising is also good!)
TIME MANAGEMENT TIPS 1) Find out where you're wasting time 2) Create time management goals 3) Implement a time management plan 4) Use time management tools