Let's face it, college life is different. It’s a fun and exciting time of growth, but with growth comes growing pains. College life can be fragmented, intense, and sometimes overwhelming. For the first time students experience large classes, unstructured time, and professors who think their course is a student's only priority.
In just eight days at Quantum U, participants learn how to manage their time, energy, and finances. They gain added focus and confidence while elevating their communication, presentation, study, writing, and reading skills. This program is designed for students who are entering their first year of college and want to begin their college career feeling empowered to live up to their full potential, and for sophomores and juniors who need to get back onto the path of success.
Our facilitators and team leaders give Quantum U students strategies for note-taking, studying, and balancing campus life. Students learn Quantum note-taking and mind-mapping, and then get to practice these skills during college-level lectures where they learn from a scientific and psychological standpoint how their brain processes information. They learn the why behind how they learn and are challenged with high level critical thinking and analysis.
Students stretch themselves as they learn to quickly memorize information at the highest level of complexity. In a final reality simulation students are put to the test as they have to …
- manage their time
- find their optimal learning environment
- complete a Mind Mapping assignment
- practice interviewing
- power peg 12 brain rules
- master Quantum Reading
- develop a story using Quantum Writing techniques
In addition to the academics, students are mentored by team leaders hand-selected from the most prestigious universities in the country. They guide students through their campus life experiences including …
- Greek life
- dorm living
- being an RA
- financial aid
- safe party options
- credit card safety
When students leave Quantum U, they’ve had a positive experience with dorm and campus living and they’ve acquired valuable new learning and life skills to help them handle all areas of college life. In addition, they’ve learned how to consider a professor’s teaching style, then adjust their own strategies to maximize their learning.