BCLA Workshops & Group Advising
The BCLA Advising Center provides students with the opportunity to take part in hands-on workshops and group advising sessions to help students to succeed in their academic journey at LMU. Workshops are multi-faceted, covering topics such as student skill assessment, how to select appropriate classes, and ways to engage in meaningful academic experiences.
These workshops cover effective study techniques, note-taking tips, reading skills, test-taking tips, mitigating procrastination, managing stress, creating and managing your schedule, as well as introducing various resources on campus. We also do specific outreach to at-risk students such as those on Academic Probation, and those that received mid-term deficiencies.
BCLA Time Management Workshop:
- Time Management Powerpoint Presentation
- Daily Block Schedule
- Weekly Schedule Planner
- Fall 2022 Semester Calendar
- The Urgent-Important Matrix
- SMART Goals Worksheet
First-year students who began at LMU in Fall 2022 are required to complete a Registration Workshop. If you started in Spring 2022 and attended a session last semester, this is not required for you, and instead, you must meet with your assigned faculty advisor to discuss schedule planning and major progress. If you are a first year student, you'll be able to access the workshop here.
Graduate Programs Workshops TBA
Newly Admitted Transfer Student Workshops TBA
Undeclared Advising Workshops TBA
We offer an Academic Advancement workshop for students on Academic Probation to ensure they are equipped and have the necessary support in order to return to Good Standing. These workshops cover: terms and implications of Academic Probation, overview LMU resources, review the importance of monitoring GPA, discuss factors that cause low grades, and discuss academic success strategies.