All life CLFs are complete for the Fall semester – please check out the recordings below!
Title: Mental Health First Aid (recording coming soon)
CLF Evaluation: This is where you receive credit for the CLF
Description: In this CLF, students will learn how to identify some of the most common and prevalent mental health issues and concerns among college students, including clinical definitions, signs, and symptoms. Students will learn basic skills on how to adequately and appropriately respond to those mental health concerns given level of knowledge, training, and experience.Students will learn how to appropriately refer someone to additional mental health resources and support both on and off-campus.Students will learn some basic strategies for self-care when addressing the mental health concerns of people in their community.
Description: In this CLF students will be introduced to the world of financial credit. Students will learn how it works, what impacts financial credit, how to manage it, and its’ long-term benefits.
Description: We all have different needs. Expressing those needs is essential in our movement forward. Nobody knows you better than YOU. In this CLF, you will have opportunity to identify needs (academic/personal/and professional) and practice the power of your voice!
Description: In this CLF, you will engage in strategies to navigate stress and anxiety by exploring and identifying what is within your control and what is not. You will also have opportunity to practice some techniques that are commonly used to reduce stress and anxiety. This is an interactive CLF and shared perspectives and participation are encouraged for all.
Description: In this informational workshop students will receive a basic overview on how to prepare for and successfully complete the CSUSA and or FAFSA. Both applications open today. Students will also be provided with instructions on how to complete their CSUSA/FAFSA with their Retention Specialist for Thrive credit.
Description: The Global Access Award is available for AAC and C4E students who are first generation and eligible for the tuition assistance grant. This award provides up to $3000 for students to put towards a for-credit study abroad program at CSU! Join in for this session to more about study abroad programs available at CSU and details about the Global Access Award.
Description: In this CLF students will receive a broad breakdown of many of the academic policies, procedures, and deadlines associated with CSU. Student will learn about or further understand everything from Repeat/Delete, to Satisfactory Academic Progress, to submitting an appeal.
Description: Procrastination is something almost everyone has experienced at one time in their lives, but why? This video will define procrastination as an emotional and physical process that first be understood in order to be changed. Viewers will be encouraged to reflect on how procrastination shows up in their own lives. Lastly, some tips on how to manage procrastination will be shared.
Title: Managing Procrastination
Description: Do you identify as someone who is always waiting to the last minute to get something done? Although procrastination is an incredibly common experience, it can cause an unnecessary amount of stress, especially for students. This video will share some practical strategies for moving away from procrastination.
Title: Graduate School 101
Description: This presentation provides introductory information of graduate school for students who want to understand this career path more. Presentation information includes; degree breakdown, understanding how your career goals fit into graduate school, recommended next steps, and resources.
Description: Knowledge about resources to help fund a college education; financial aid awards, FAFSA, scholarships, creating their own scholarships and loans and tips on financial planning and budgeting, financial policies, and credit scores and credit cards, taxes, and retirement.
Description: Have you decided to attend graduate school? This presentation goes over steps you can start taking now as an undergrad student to prepare for graduate school. Presentation information includes; knowing your industry, admissions tests, steps to take each year, and additional resources to use as a student.
Description: Budgeting and Saving is to make sure you’re able to save a little each month, ideally at least 10% of your income, or at the very least, to make sure that you aren’t spending more than you earn.