At this time, we're offering workshops via a webinar format and are beginning to look ahead to fall 2021. In fall, we plan to resume in-person workshops in on-campus spaces, while continuing to offer the remote option too. In addition to workshop requests, we anticipate facilitating an online series that can be registered for and attended via Zoom throughout the term (if you have questions about Zoom or the webinar format, let us know in the notes/comments field).

We're thrilled to be working with you in whatever format you choose.

If you have any questions about the workshop program, topics, etc., please reach out directly to Sarah Norek at We remain eager and committed to supporting you and your group in this work!

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The ASC offers workshops during the hours of 8 AM and 5 PM, Monday through Friday. Workshops may be facilitated in Corvallis campus locations as well as via Zoom. If you'd like to discuss alternative options, please be in touch with Sarah Norek: Please plan ahead and schedule workshops at least one week in advance of your desired date.

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Because we will be using Zoom, once you've submitted your request, we'll create a Zoom meeting that will yield a join URL/call-in number. This will be sent to you, and you may distribute it amongst your participants. 

Webinars will be live; at this time, we aren’t offering recorded webinars, nor are we allowing participants to record the webinars. As is the case in our in-person workshops, these academic success webinars will be interactive, and participants should be prepared to engage throughout the workshop (via chat, question-and-answer, small-group breakout rooms, etc.).

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