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Faculty and Staff Resources

We have provided resources for faculty and staff that are interested in incorporating the STEPS to Success messages into their classrooms, offices, and programs. Here you will find posters, PowerPoints, and other helpful tools.

How can you use STEPS to Success to change student perceptions and behaviors?

  • Invite a member of the STEPS team to give a brief presentation in your classroom
  • Incorporate STEPS messages into your syllabus and other communications with students (e.g., Blackboard announcements, etc.)
  • Reinforce students for exhibiting behaviors and attitudes in line with academic success
  • Link STEPS messages to academic resources on campus (e.g., ACE, Writing Center, Counseling Center, etc.)
  • Incorporate STEPS facts into your meetings with student advisees

Request a STEPS to Success Presentation

  1. Is media equipment available (computer, projector, etc.)?

Posters

8.5 x 11 posters of the following messages:

4 of 5 NDSU students believe it's important to approach college as a full-time job.

9 of 10 NDSU students use a personal calendar to prioritize their academic work.

A majority of students check their NDSU email and Blackboard at least 18 times per week.

3 of 4 NDSU students participate in organized clubs or student groups during a typical week.

NDSU students spend an average of 13 to 16 hours a week preparing for class.

Most NDSU students start studying at least three days before an exam.

Most students use tutoring or other academic services at least once a month.

4 of 5 students report attending class at least 90 percent of the time.

9 or 10 NDSU students say academic success mainly depends on good study habits and hard work.

A majority of students finish their homework before class at least 90 percent of the time.

19 of 20 NDSU students meet with their academic advisor at least once a semester.

4 of 5 students believe it’s important to register for and complete 15 credits a semester.

9 of 10 students are committed to earning a degree at NDSU.

4 of 5 students meet with faculty at least once a semester to work on special projects, conduct research, or get help on coursework.

 The STEPS to Success guide to improving student academic behaviors and attitudes

 

 

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Presentations

NDSU Faculty Development Conference - August 19, 2015


Student Focused. Land Grant. Research University.

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