Adulting 101

The Adulting 101 workshops offer free, hands-on opportunities to learn practical skills that will help you succeed in college, career, and life. Every workshop is packed with tools and information that will make your adult life more enjoyable and efficient. Join us at the House Undergraduate Library to learn more about financial literacy, health literacy, media literacy, global citizenship, and other important adulting topics.


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Self-Care for the Mind: Researching Mental Health

Where can you find the best information about mental health topics, and how do you know if the information is trustworthy? This hands-on workshop will present effective mental health research strategies and introduce criteria for evaluating the quality of mental health information.

Global Citizenship

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Level Up Your LinkedIn

LinkedIn is a powerful tool that can enhance your professional online presence, but how can you align your profile with your career goals? This hands-on workshop will guide you through the steps of creating a complete and professional profile that attracts potential employers and increases your professional network.


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Swiper, No Swiping: Building and Maintaining Credit

You know that establishing credit is important, but how can you start building and maintaining an excellent credit score? This hands-on workshop will break down the different elements of a credit report and how they contribute to your overall credit score.

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