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ACCESS Academy: Let us give you a BOOST to success!

 

  

CONTACT Dr. Rusty Dubberly with any questions, comments, or concerns you may have. Phone: (904)620-5407 Email: r.dubberly@unf.edu  

 

 

ACCESS Academy is a service offered throughout the year, known as ‘BOOST Sessions,’ and is offered through the DRC on campus. Sessions begin each semester and are typically held once a week for three or four weeks, and are at least one hour in length each week.

 

Advancing College Competency: Encouraging Student Success (ACCESS) Academy is a privately funded program unique to the disability resource center on campus. ACCESS Academy is designed to enhance strategic learning skills and BOOST your chance of getting and staying ahead of the game. We want YOU to reach YOUR fullest potential throughout YOUR college experience! ACCESS Academy is offered to eligible UNF students who are currently registered with the DRC. In order to be eligible for ACCESS Academy, students are required to be enrolled in at least one course AND the course must be related to the session topic in order to be eligible for the completion stipend. Attendance in all sessions per topic are mandatory and out-of-session assignments must be completed in a timely manner in order to be eligible for the stipend.

 

 

 

Additional Benefits Include:

 

Participants will receive a stipend at the successful completion of each boost session.

Participants will have the opportunity to be KEYS for future ACCESS Academy participants next semester.

 

Quick Apps’ assistance is available anytime throughout the semester if you are not able to enroll in a session. Quick Apps are a one-time only supplemental session that focuses on one identified topic and is facilitated through existing KEYS’ participants.

 

YOU, YES YOU, will earn $100.00 at the completion of each session!

 

Session areas will include: 

LMS Strategies

Study Strategies

Beg. & Adv. Writing

Beg. & Adv. Time Management

 

KEYS

Test-taking Strategies

Career Strategies I & II

Stress Management

 

 


 

EARN and LEARN at the DRC this Spring 2019 Semester!

ACCESS Academy ROUND 1 is open for Registration!

You may RETAKE any Boost session course already taken and assist.

You will receive $100 for every completed Boost session course, even if retaking.

A Boost session course lasts 1 hour a week for 3 weeks.

 

Round 1 Boost Sessions Include the following:

Self-Advocacy, On Mondays,

Begin on January 28 through Feb. 11th, 4:00-5:00 pm

Self-Advocacy will focus on strengthening the way you communicate and interact with others as you voice what works best for you.

 

Study Strategies, On Tuesdays,

Begin on January 29 through Feb. 12th, 4:00-5:00pm

Study Skills Strategies will address individual study strategies and using the multiple intelligence inventory, students will discover their strengths and how to utilize them to study more effectively.

 

Beginners’ Writing, On Wednesdays,

Begin on January 30 through Feb. 13th, 1:00-2:00pm

Learn a successful strategy to complete assignments and maximize your academic and personal schedules.

 

Beginners’ Time Management, On Wednesdays,

Begin on January 30 through Feb. 13th, 3:30-4:30pm

Beginning Time Management will help you lay the foundation for building an effective time management routine

 

Signing Up!

 

----Please use the following Doodle Link to sign up for one or multiple Boost Sessions !----

 

https://doodle.com/poll/mqprex5w3wrgtgea

 

Only the first DATE of class for each Boost session course is listed in the sign up doodle.

“CLICK ON” the check box under the first class DATE of any Boost session course you are interested in attending.

 

All Boost Session will be held in the DRC Conference room, building 57 (College of Education and Human Services), Suite 1500 - Disability Resource Center

*Please let me know if you require any accommodations to successfully participate in a Boost session course.

 

Please feel free to contact Andrew Sullivan at andrew.sullivan@unf.edu if you have any questions or concerns.