Life Skills and Events Calendar
Providing life skill development opportunities is a function of the Athletics Academic Services office. Approximately two activities each semester will be required of all student-athletes to attend. The Life Skills Program focuses on five commitments that each NCAA Division I program is making in the growth and development of student-athletes: academic excellence, athletics excellence, personal development, community service and career development. AAS offers many services and resources necessary to ensure the success of life after sports. We are committed to the Life Skills Programs such as: Major of the Month, Career Information, Etiquette Dinners, Freshman Orientation and all student-athlete speakers. Student-athletes will be informed of life skills opportunities and encouraged to attend. Student-athletes will be informed via their U-mail accounts; therefore, are required to regularly read their email. It is very important that email boxes are void of outdated and spam email so that important information is received.
- September 16: Fall All Student-Athlete Meeting. BESC, 7PM (6:15 Social)
- September 25: Greg Forbes Siegman: Ten Seconds. Memorial Union Ballroom, 7PM
- January 21: Spring All Student-Athlete Meeting. BESC, 7PM (6:15 Social)
- February 4: Robert Hackenson Jr.: Gambling is Not Magic. Memorial Union Ballroom, 7PM