This day is dedicated to YOU – to help you find the resources you need to be successful in college and in your personal and professional life! Zoom sessions will be held during the day, pre-recorded videos are available for you to watch at your convenience, and your instructors may be holding extra office hours. There are no regular classes, however, accelerated courses, nursing clinicals, and off-campus classes may be held as usual. Evening classes will start at 7 pm and end at the usual time. Check with your instructor if you are unsure if your class is meeting on Student Success Day.
Student Success Day is Tuesday, February 23: 9 am – 7 pm. All events are virtual except for the Resource Drive-Thru.
ZOOM Sessions begin at 9 am on a variety of topics including:
Study Skills, Time Management, Test Taking Strategies, Tips for Dealing with Test Anxiety, Ways to Relieve Stress, Campus Resources, Scholarships, Money Management, Career & Transfer Information, and More!
Keynote Presentation at 10 am: The Bounce-Back Factor – Overcoming Obstacles to Achieve Success
Dr. Jermaine Davis will share practical tips and ideas on how to mentally, emotionally, and physically Bounce-Back in the face of adversity. Question & Answer session with Dr. Davis at 11.
Drive through the College Center parking lot for free food, flu vaccines, and more! Masks are required and quantities are limited. This event will be rescheduled in the event of inclement weather.
College Fair: 1 – 3 pm:
Speak to transfer representatives from over 35 colleges and universities! Each representative will have their own break out room where you can inquire about academic programs, the application process, and how to transfer successfully. Preview the attending colleges and universities.
Leadership Workshop at 2 pm: Leading with Greatness: Moving from Chaos and Conflict to Communication and Cooperation
Dr. Jermaine Davis will share his latest research on how to use the principles and practices of communication and influence to increase leadership and organizational effectiveness.
In compliance with the Student Right to Know and Campus Security Act of 1990, it is the policy of Inver Hills Community College to make available its completion/transfer rates and campus crime statistics to all prospective and enrolled students. Visit the Student Consumer Information webpage or contact the Vice President of Student Affairs.
PTK MEMBERSHIP PROCESS
1.) Qualify for Membership
Students who complete at least 12 college-level credits, earn a 3.5 semester GPA in at least one semester, and who maintain a cumulative GPA of at least 3.25 qualify for membership. If you are not sent an invitation to join contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
2.) Invitations Sent
Invitation emails and letters are sent to eligible students after the second week of fall and spring semester each year. The invitation will include instructions and your individual passcode needed to join.
3.) Join Online
Members pay a one-time membership fee and join using your passcode. If this fee is preventing you from joining instead apply for membership using our membership fee waiver application
4.) Induction and Get Involved!
We host an induction ceremony each semester. You must sign up to be inducted. Find out more by joining our meeting or take a look at our event calendar at inverhills.edu/ptk