Learning Strategies & Time Management

Many Carleton students want to develop new strategies for addressing time management, studying for texts, and study skills in the Carleton environment.

Coaching is available on a number of learning strategies, including

  • organizing busy schedules
  • breaking term-long assignments into manageable tasks
  • improving in-class notetaking and participation
  • enhancing your repertoire of approaches to studying
  • developing effective test-preparation strategies

Steve Schauz
Steve Schauz is here to assist you in learning new ways to learn, to show you more effective ways of managing and focusing your time, etc. 

This is Steve's second year at Carleton College, and he is excited to be here to support all students.  In addition to working in the Academic Support Center, Steve is the Area Director for Goodhue and Evans Hall.  He graduated with an M.S. in College Student Personnel from Western Illinois University, and he also holds a B.A. in English from Carroll University.  He is an aspiring marathon runner, a proud Cat Dad, and loves anything sci-fi or horror themed.

Steve's SPRING TERM 2019 Drop-In Hours
Office:  420B Library, in the office suite adjacent to the Writing Center

Due to Steve's role as an Area Director, his availability this term will be limited to by appointment only.  In order to meet with Steve, please submit the "Request an Academic Skills Coach" form online.