Success

In a recent faculty survey, the following factors were identified as contributing to Student Success:

  • Frequently check Molloy email
  • Good attendance
  • Prepared homework assignments
  • Discuss problems with your teacher as they develop and acknowledge criticism in a positive light
  • Do reading assignments in advance
  • Ask questions
  • Participate in class
  • Use study groups and try the team approach
  • Buy the textbook right away
  • Arrive to class on time
  • Be respectful
  • Know the teacher's name and make sure the teacher knows yours
  • Follow faculty directions regarding classroom etiquette
  • Be motivated - Desire to be the best
  • Learn during class time - If you understand the lecture and take notes in your own words, less studying will be required later
  • Take notes at all times
  • Exhibit a high degree of self-discipline
  • Make use of free help offered during the professor's office hours
  • Have regular study periods set aside for each course
  • Dedication
  • Enthusiasm
  • Outside versatile interests related to the goal of your college major
  • Openness to critical thinking and new material
  • Maturity and courtesy
  • Hard work and the ability to concentrate
  • Willingness to learn
  • Ability to set goals and maintain direction
  • Persistence in the face of criticism
  • Follow directions for assignments
  • Hand in assignments on time
  • Properly document sources of materials used in term papers

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Office of Academic Affairs
1000 Hempstead Avenue Kellenberg Hall, K118 Rockville Centre, New York 11571-5002

516.323.3024

Office-of-Academic-Affairs@molloy.edu