Keeping Up with Dr. Kaye

Buckle Down Time!

I hope you all had a terrific Thanksgiving break and enjoyed a little respite from your studies; I know I appreciated the long weekend! However now it is time to get back into the full swing of things and to kick it into high gear. The last day of the semester is Friday December 7th, with finals of course taking place that following week. It’s amazing how fast the semester goes by!

I strongly urge you to take the time now to make sure that “all your ducks are in a row” and to complete your assignments, know the deadlines of papers and projects, and to know your final exam schedule. The absolute best way to do this is to talk with your faculty and instructors, they won’t bite! They are here for you and will be more than happy to help you in any way they can.

To accommodate what I’m sure will be more rigorous study time the libraries will switch to their extended Exam Hours Saturday, December 8th.   You can find the full schedule HERE.

Remember to get an early start on your studying; I know it is easier said than done but it really makes for a less stressful experience!

Good Luck!


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About Dr. Kaye Patten Wallace

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In her role as Senior Vice President for Student Affairs at The University of Toledo, Dr. Patten Wallace provides leadership for creating an environment and system of support that is conducive to students achieving their educational goals. The offices and departments that make up the Division of Student Affairs include: Office of the Dean of Students, Office of Residence Life, Department of Student Success, the University Counseling Center, Office for the Student Experience, Office of Excellence and Multicultural Student Services, the Center for International Studies & Programs, Office of Recreation, Student Legal Services, and the Office of Student Involvement. Dr. Patten Wallace works with students, faculty, staff and administrators to help ensure student success and to fulfill the University's mission for a student-centered environment.

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