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How Can Students Achieve Academic Success?

Location: Kilohana Writing Center, first floor Mookini Library

Come meet and talk with a panel of academically successful students who will address their challenges and successes on their way to achieving academic success. Panelists will share tips they use to manage courses, work, and activities. This session encourages audience participation so all participants can share information and tips with one another. This event is co-sponsored by Kilohana, the Pacific Islander Student Center, and MAAPs.

For more information, contact: karlah@hawaii.edu 932-7287

Tags: Academic Success Students

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