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College Study Skills Online is designed to provide all Mercer University students with the resources needed to help themselves become better students. We encourage all students to explore the various study skills topics and to actively participate in addressing individually identified academic challenges.

This online series of help guides complements the personal study skills counseling provided by the Assistant Director and the Director of the ARC.  We invite you to make an appointment with us by contacting Stephanie Mooring (mooring_sa@mercer.edu) or Jenny Zimmerman (zimmerman_jj@mercer.edu).  Also, traditional undergraduate students in the Macon day program may enroll in a classroom based College Study Skills Course (LSK 185 or 186).

Getting Started

Click on one of the buttons below to find out more about a particular study skills topic. If you are unsure about which topic is right for you, start with the Study Skills Assessment. The Study Skills Assessment will help you identify your study skills strengths and weaknesses. Once you have identified your weaknesses, click on the topic that best addresses your study skills needs.

Goal Setting and Time Management Concentration and Memory Conceptual Understanding and Critical Reading
Learning Styles Study Skills Assessment Writing
Exam Preparation and Performance Note Taking Anxiety and Stress Management