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What is the Ask Me Initiative?
Got Questions? We have answers!
Asking Questions is an important Habit of Mind to be successful in school! You'll notice people on campus wearing Ask Me buttons and sitting at Ask Me tables. Ask us your questions about SRJC. We want you to be successful, and we're here to help.
Where do I find Ask Me representatives?
Look for people wearing Ask Me buttons on campus or visit one of our Ask Me Hotspots:
Ask Me Table Schedule Fall 2014
Ask Me Overview
In an effort to further enhance SRJC's vibrant academic culture and ensure that all students feel connected and comfortable at SRJC, several SRJC has built an Ask Me Initiative, which is a college wide effort that seeks to create a culture of inquiry while also strengthening students' connection to SRJC's employees, resources, and student body
Have you asked any of the questions below while here at SRJC:
Imagine walking around SRJC's campuses and having these and other questions answered just as you need the information. Or having a question, but not knowing which building to enter to locate the person who has the answer to your question. Asking questions and problem solving are important Habits of Mind that lead to student success; Habits of Mind are the intellectual practices that successful students use when faced with problems and challenges. By encouraging you to ask questions, seek out and utilize resources, and connect with SRJC employees, SRJC hopes to enhance your success and support you in achieving your educational goals.
Ask Me provides just-in-time answers when and where you need them, allowing for a decrease in amount of time needed to locate answers and more time for academic work. You are invited to ask questions at Ask Me hotspots located on each campus. Also, when you see someone wearing an Ask Me button, feel free to ask them a question about SRJC's extensive resources and opportunities. Student Success Lives Everywhere at SRJC and the Ask Me program is a visible manifestation of that success.
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