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General Workshop Information

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We are pleased to offer students FREE academic support workshops, covering a range of topics from A+ Student Strategies to Making Sense of Assignments to Writing Strategies to Time Management to Library Research Skills and more.  Each workshop is designed to help students maximize their academic success through instruction in effective study strategies and access to academic support resources.


 When are the Workshops? 

To find out more about the descriptions and dates of upcoming and past Academic Support workshops, click any of the links below:


How Can I Participate in a Workshop?


  • Latham (21 British American Blvd) - Computer Lab
  • Saratoga (111 West Ave)- Computer Lab (Rm 102)


Online via the internet (http://bit.ly/NECWorkshops)

     For more information about accessing the workshops online, click this link


We strongly encourage students to sign up for the workshops whether you are accessing them onsite or online.


To sign up for a workshop, please call the Northeast Center - (518) 783-6203 or email NECacademicsupport@esc.edu


IN CASE OF INCLEMENT WEATHER, workshops will still take place but ONLINE only.
Please go to http://www.esc.edu and click on the weather alert link

Call (518) 220-3545 to hear if the workshop location(s) are not open due to bad weather


Access workshop materials  and recordings of workshops


Pieces of Success series connects students at multiple locations via the college's video and online conferencing systems.  We host workshops and student panels, connecting students across all locations of the Northeast Center.



Drop-In Hours are offered the week prior to and during the first week of the term. We have learning and peer coaches on hand to develop study plans and orient to you how to best use your course materials and online learning environment.



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