The StudyPro
College Services

The StudyPro offers Transition to College Courses
as well as 1:1 Coaching for Current College Students.

Upcoming College Transition Courses


Dates Announced in September

Even the most high-achieving students often face unanticipated challenges in their first year of college that may be avoided with proper insight and strategies. Problems often stem not from a lack of academic abilities, but from the enormous jump in independence required in a college environment. The StudyPro 5-session Transition to College Course will help students:

  • Understand the differences between high school and college
  • Gain a clear understanding of their individual college readiness
  • Learn how to manage their time and schedule
  • Learn to identify resources for help and to self-advocate
  • Develop tools and strategies to manage stress and cultivate resilience

Many students enter college with an undeveloped and even unrealistic understanding of what it takes to successfully transition, persist and graduate. The goal of this course is to close the gap between what is expected of students in college and what students actually come prepared to do. With greater self-awareness, tools to manage stress, and a clear understanding of expectations, all students can have a healthy and productive college experience.

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Past Workshops

Lunch and Learn Series

‘No More Nagging: Fostering Internal Motivation’

February 16th | 11:45am – 1:15pm | FREE

If you are tired of threatening to take electronics away and frustrated with your inability to “change” your child, please join our guest speaker, Rachel Bailey, Certified Positive Discipline Parent Educator, who will provide both insight and key strategies on what we can do to ease conflicts and instill a sense of motivation in our children.

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Lunch and Learn Series

‘Are you too reactive with your child?’

January 19th | 11:45am – 1:15pm | FREE

Do conflicts with homework or behavior set you off? Do you wish you could be more supportive vs. emotional? We want confident and successful children, but sometimes our own fears and triggers turn in to criticism or conflict.