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Four Canvas Tools to Help Students
Date: Mar 19, 2020, | Read time: 2 minutes
As Southern Utah University temporarily moves its face-to-face courses online, Canvas will be something students utilize more and more. Whether or not you’ve had online classes before, it’s great to brush up on your Canvas knowledge and get to know the Canvas tools available to you as an online student.

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How Can I Improve My Learning in College? 
Date: Jan 28, 2020, | Read time: 3 minutes
Eventually most students figure out what study techniques work for them and which ones don’t. However, having a diverse skill set to apply to different classes can save students time and frustration by allowing them to work smarter not harder.

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Five Tips For Success in Online Classes
Date: Mar 17, 2020, | Read time: 4 minutes
You may have a lot of worries about your first online class. Many online students wonder if they will be able to stay on top of their coursework and are unsure of what to expect. However, online courses have been around for a long time and technology makes it possible to have the same quality as a face-to-face course. Here are five tips for success in an online course.

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Meet Our Professors: Dr. Lynn White, Psychology
Date: Jan 31, 2020, | Read time: 2 minutes
Dr. Lynn White, professor of psychology at Southern Utah University, is a multi-passionate instructor that has been a valued member of the psychology faculty since 1997. Not only is she passionate about her field of study, but White especially loves improving the lives of her students through education. 

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Time Management Tips in College
Date: Aug 28, 2018, | Read time: 2 minutes
College can be busy and stressful. To help you stay on top of your work and to not fall victim of procrastination, here are 30 time management tips.

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Meet Our Professors: Dr. Abigail Larson, Kinesiology
Date: Feb 28, 2020, | Read time: 2 minutes
Dr. Abigail Larson’s career did not begin in a classroom, it began on the slopes, and the racetrack. As a two-sport collegiate athlete in cross country skiing and cross country running, Larson began her college career for the sole purpose of skiing and racing. Then she discovered exercise science.

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What is Financial Aid?
Date: Jun 10, 2016, | Read time: 1 minute
Financial Aid is money awarded to students to help them pay for education. Aid is given as loans, grants, scholarships, or work-study. Some forms of financial aid are required to be repaid after graduation.

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