EMU Engage App Fosters Student Engagement and Communication

Over the past 3 years, the Holman Success Center has been working with app developers to provide students with a tool that supports students and allows them to connect organically in an online platform with easy access to the resources they need to persist and succeed. The EMU Engage app does all of this and… Continue reading EMU Engage App Fosters Student Engagement and Communication

Thursday Tips: Mentorship Access Guidance in College, MAGIC

A student’s life circumstances leading up to college greatly impacts the way that student will perform as a college student. Experiences with homelessness and foster care, according to MAGIC, decreases a student’s chance of graduating with a bachelor’s degree. Students at Eastern Michigan University who have experienced homeless or foster care, however, have support through… Continue reading Thursday Tips: Mentorship Access Guidance in College, MAGIC

(Academic) Wellness Wednesday: 5 Reasons to See an Advisor Before Registering Next Semester

Earning a bachelor’s degree is about so much more than attending class. Completing general education requirements, fulfilling major requirements, and earning LBC credit all go into a degree at Eastern Michigan University. Advisors are here to help you navigate the winding path to commencements. Keep reading to learn about some of the many reasons to… Continue reading (Academic) Wellness Wednesday: 5 Reasons to See an Advisor Before Registering Next Semester

Students Participate in Graduate Research Conference

On Friday, March 24 Eastern Michigan University hosted The Graduate Research Conference (GRC).  The conference is a celebration of graduate student research and creative activity in a professional conference format. This year close to 200 students were in attendance sharing their innovative research in various formats. Several graduate assistants from the Holman Success Center participated in this… Continue reading Students Participate in Graduate Research Conference

Ecojustice & Activism Conference Highlights

The 6th annual Ecojustice and Activism Conference took place on March 16-18 at Eastern Michigan University.  Sponsored by the  Social Foundations of Education Masters Program EcoJustice Concentration the conference this year examined how supremacist discourses (racism and sexism to name a few) are interrelated and the heart of ecological and social problems around the world. Conference… Continue reading Ecojustice & Activism Conference Highlights

SisterHOOD: Women in Leadership Conference

On Thursday, March 16, The SisterHOOD initiative hosted their 2nd annual Women in Leadership conference. This year’s theme “A Seat at the Table” was generated by communication and event coordinator Abby Davis with a collaborative effort from the entire organization to make this event a success. During the event, there was a panel of five women… Continue reading SisterHOOD: Women in Leadership Conference

HSC 2015-2016 Year by the Numbers

Well we’re almost there, the end of another school year. Did you know that EMU students logged over 60, 000 hours at study tables last year!? The 61, 301 hours and 44 minutes that were logged at study tables is equal to 2554 Days spent studying! That’s 7 collective years spent moving towards academic success.… Continue reading HSC 2015-2016 Year by the Numbers