Procrastination Accountability Groups

Open to both undergraduate and graduate students, these group sessions are designed to offer students a confidential, safe space to explore their difficulties with procrastination. Faculty and staff are also welcome to join and participate. Groups are facilitated by an experienced Specialist who prepares the focus of each session with the individual goals of the members in mind.

Fall 2021 Group Meeting Information

Fall 2021 dates and times are below - every other Wednesday at noon: 

You are not required to register, however, if you would like an email reminder, please click on the date you are interested in attending to RSVP. 

Procrastination Accountability Groups are facilitated on Zoom. 

*Please note that in order to join you'll need to use your WSU Zoom account. You can set up a free account at this link: WSU Zoom

Zoom link: 
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Meeting ID: 977 5846 8986
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Email Zeina Ghoul, al0644@wayne.edu, with questions or to request topics you would like covered during groups. 

 

What our students say:

"Procrastination Accountability Group has been one of the best groups I've been in for my academic success. It is not only your regular accountability partners, but each session is backed with scientific research on ways to combat procrastination. I would have never discovered any of this on my own. I can confidently say that if you are serious about making a change and you attend this group, you'll see the results in your academics as well as other areas in your life." 

-Anika, Computer Science, '20

 

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