Academic Support Services

Academic Support Seminars

  • Overview

    Join The Graduate School for academic support sessionsEvents are open to all graduate students, regardless of program or completion track.  

    Sessions will be hosted in person and via Zoom. If you plan to attend in person, sessions will be hosted at The Graduate School - Arleigh B. Templeton Building (Huntsville). 

  • Spring 2022 Schedule

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    Wednesday, January 19
    *Overcoming Procrastination* | 6:00 - 7:00 pm CT 

    Wednesday, February 2 
    *Project Planning* | 6:00 - 7:00 pm CT  

    Wednesday, February 16 
    *Graduate Level Reading* | 12:00 - 1:00 pm CT  

    Wednesday, February 16 
    *Graduate Level Writing* 6:00 - 7:00 pm CT 

    Tuesday, March 1  
    Graduate Level Studying | 11:00 am - 12:00 pm CT 

    Thursday, March 31 
    Overcoming Imposter Syndrome | 11:00 am - 12:00 pm CT 

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    Graduate Level Reading
    Presentation & Handout

    Graduate Level Writing
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Blackboard/Online Community

  • Overview

    We are pleased to provide a virtual community for graduate students, especially our online and distance learners. The community allows you to interact with The Graduate School staff, peer groups, and other campus personnel. You can also find news, updates, and event information. To access the community, log into Blackboard and locate the Thesis, Dissertation, & Support Resources page under the Courses tab and the My Organizations section. 

KATCH Sessions

  • Overview

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    The Graduate School is here for you after hectic workdays and during weekends. We are fully committed to your overall success and strive to help you meet various academic, professional, and career-focused goals. KATCH Sessions are accountability and goal-setting meetings where scholars support each other and get work done together. Whether you are studying for an exam, working on a course paper, or editing your thesis, dissertation, or capstone project, we encourage you to immerse yourself in productivity. Sessions are open to all graduate students, regardless of program or completion track.  

  • Spring 2022 Schedule

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    Weekday Schedule | 6:00 – 8:00 pm CT 
    *Monday, January 24 
    *Wednesday, March 9 
    *Wednesday, April 27 

    Weekend Schedule | 10:00 am – 1:00 pm CT 
    Saturday, February 12 
    Saturday, April 16

    All sessions will be hosted virtually, however, some will be hybrid. If you choose to attend in-person, hybrid (*) sessions will be hosted at The Graduate School – Arleigh B. Templeton Building (Huntsville). Lunch will be provided for hybrid sessions.

     

International Student Meetings

  • Overview

    If you are an international student and would like to learn more about what The Graduate School has to offer, join us at International Student Meetings. In collaboration with the Office of International Programs, we share information about semester events and resources. 

  • Spring 2022 Meeting(s)

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    TBD

    This session will be held via Zoom.

Summer Support

  • Overview

    Why not take advantage of the slower pace during the summer months? The Graduate School is fully committed to your overall success and strives to help you meet your academic, professional, and career-focused goals. KATCH Sessions are accountability meetings where you can connect, work, and support other scholars. Whether you need to study for an exam, complete a course assignment or major paper, or network with peers, we encourage you to immerse yourself in your graduate community. Sessions are open to all graduate students, regardless of program or completion track. 

  • Summer 2021 Schedule

    Register closed.

    TBD

For more information, please contact:

Leo Queen
936-294-2464
queen@shsu.edu