Students Sharing Success (S3)
Students Sharing Success (S3) is a Wayne State University student organization that provides WSU students with different social and academic resources and supports. S3 strives to create accessible, student-focused activities and provide strategies that WSU students with diverse learning needs can employ as they pursue their educational goals. S3 is led by peer mentors who are WSU students themselves and have been trained as peer mentors. The group is also a source of social engagement, where students can come to ask questions, find out what's going on around campus, and to just chat and connect with friends.
The goal of S3 is to educate students on learning strategies and techniques to increase their academic success. S3 members attend meetings, listen to presentations on different learning strategies and techniques, and engage in round table discussions. Outside of group meetings, students are supported to set goals that aim to increase their academic success as they work toward a degree and eventually employment.
- Meet the S3 2018-2019 Peer Mentors
Nia Anderson completed her undergraduate degree at Wayne State University in 2017. This is Nia's third year as a peer mentor for the Students Sharing Success Learning Community. She is currently a first year graduate student in the MSW program here at WSU. Nia's hobbies include reading, exercising, and expressing her creativity. She looks forward to getting to know all of the S3LC students and having an awesome year!
In April 2017 Lilly graduated from Grand Valley State University with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology. This year she is in the Masters of Social Work program at Wayne State University as a full time student. She is a certified Level One Yoga teacher, as well as an enormous dog lover. She's excited to get to work on success strategies with all the S3LC student throughout the year!
- Interested in joining S3?
- Related Links
- Michigan Association on Higher Education And Disability (MI-AHEAD)
- Guide to Online Learning for Students with Disabilities
- Michigan College Access Network
- Michigan College Access Portal (MiCAP)
- THINK College
- WSU Office of Student Disability Services
- Winning in College: A Guide for Students with Disabilities
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