BLUEprint Student Success Workshops are a series of individual, hour-long seminars focused on skills and resources essential for students to be successful in their personal, academic, and career-related pursuits. The seminars have been taken by Columbus State students for personal enrichment or as a class assignment.
The purpose of BLUEprint is to teach skills that, although necessary for success in academia, are not directly addressed in most academic courses. With most of its workshops focused on a single topic, BLUEprint allows students to develop skills specific to their individual needs without having to enroll in the entire series of workshops or in an additional for-credit course.
The BLUEprint workshops are taught by academic advisors, faculty, visiting advisors, and other Columbus State staff who have expertise in the topic of a given workshop.
For information about current topic offerings, BLUEprint workshops are included in the Student Success Series.
These sessions are also included on the Columbus State activity calendar.
To pre-register for one of the sessions, please log on to the Columbus State Hub. Pre-registration is not necessary for BLUEprint workshops; walk-in students are always welcome.