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Academic Success Workshops

OAS coordinates a series of workshops that are offered fall, spring and summer B semesters.  In collaboration with our campus partners, we offer interactive sessions that provide information and learning strategies to help students develop skills and attributes needed to be successful in college.   Workshops are coordinated by OAS student staff and  we encourage student participants to provide feedback on topics that they have found most helpful.  We want to include additional topics that may not be offered currently .  Faculty and staff are also welcomed to suggest or present on topics or learning strategies that may assist students in a particular UF course or subject.

AIM students are required to attend 4 workshops per semester during their first three semesters and should be aware of all policies regarding failure to meet this requirement. Therefore, it is important that AIM students log-in to the AIM e-learning site to sign-up.   Students must also sign-in at the beginning of the workshop to earn credit.


Title Date Time Location
Health & Fitness June 28th 5:00PM Weaver Basement
Ace that Test July 5th 12:30PM Little Hall 121
Alcohol Education July 10th 5:00PM Turlington Hall Room L005 (TUR L005)
Stress Management July 13th 5:00PM TBA
Library Resources July 18th 12:30PM TBA
Hidden Treasures of Gainesville July 20th 5:00PM TBA
Time Management July 26th 12:30PM TBA

If you experience scheduling conflicts with attending an OAS workshop, AIM students may also provide proof of having attended other pre-approved academic workshops hosted by different UF departments. AIM students must provide reasonable documentation of workshop attendance and deliver it to OAS in order to receive full credit.

Please review the following websites for upcoming workshops which can be substituted for credit:

Other UF students not affiliated with AIM may contact the office directly via email,, or phone, 352-392-0788, to sign-up for a workshop. If you have questions or concerns, please contact OAS.