Help with Studying
Sooner or later, everyone faces a difficult subject or class. Whether it's struggling with note-taking in class, keeping up with the reading, or finding a way to balance the load, challenges are GREAT opportunities to find your own way of studying and handling college successfully! Use the tools below to identify and develop the specific skills you need to succeed.
Study skills diagnostic
This inventory of college-level study skills can help you identify the differences in high school and college level study skills. Take your time with it to see where you are strong and where you can improve.
"How To" study guide
Once you’ve identified the skills you want to develop, see the wealth of tips and tricks gathered in this easy access guide. Find a method that works for you in note-taking, test prep, time management, project planning, study methods, effective reading, and stress management!
See where you stand with this GPA calculator. For an official GPA or record of your grades or any questions regarding your official GPA, please visit your advisor, the Registrar's office, or your official transcript, which can be accessed through mySFA Online Services.