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Life Skills Programing

  • Life Skills Program and Workshops
    • The NCAA Life Skills program is designed to address the “total development” of the student-athlete. It is a well-rounded plan for students to develop the individual skills necessary to lead a successful, productive life and become leaders and contributors to the community and the nation. The program consists of five components: academic excellence, athletic excellence, career development, personal development and service.
      To encourage student-athletes to be well-rounded and grow both academically and personally, Pacific requires that every student-athlete attends one (1) Life Skills workshop that interests them in addition to the mandatory Life Skills program each academic year. Some workshop topics may include: drug and alcohol abuse, proper nutrition and eating disorders, time and stress management, gambling and career development. If a student-athlete attends a program that athletics does not offer, the student-athlete may get the program preapproved and provide Athletics a ticket, flier or signature documenting their attendance.
      Important components of the Life Skills programs are Drug Education, Drug Testing and Drug Treatment. Examples of past and future projects the Life Skills program promotes, presents or works in partnership with University groups to administer include:
      - Resume and Cover Letter Writing, Interview Skills Workshops;
      - Financial Planning Workshops;
      - Year-round community service activities;
      - Sexual assault prevention and alcohol and drug abuse prevention programming;
      - Nutrition and body-image seminars and proactive education.

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  • Student-Athlete Tutoring Services
  • Tutoring Services/Writing Center
    • Tutoring services are available to all student-athletes. Student-athletes requesting assistance are directed to the Athletic Tutors, General Academic Tutoring Center (GATC) and/or Writing Center. If the necessary tutor is not available, Intercollegiate Athletics will seek to hire one. If a student-athlete misses two unexcused tutoring sessions, tutoring services may be suspended or cancelled. Double study hall credit will be given to students using tutoring through the General Academic Tutoring Center, Athletics and Writing Center. Study skills sessions are also available through the Assistant Director of Athletics for Student-Athlete Services to assist students in such areas as time management, as well as test and note taking skills. In order to receive double credit, student-athletes must identify themselves as such to their tutor and request that the session be recorded and forwarded to athletics.
    • General Academic Tutoring Center

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