Accountability Groups

Are you struggling with motivation and accountability? Tired of studying alone? Studying or working on homework can sometimes feel isolating and may lead to reduced productivity or procrastination. Join us and help hold each other accountable so we can all have a successful semester! 

What Are Accountability Groups

Accountability Groups offer ongoing support in a group setting to help you strengthen your study skills and stay motivated to achieve your goals. 

  • Consistent, Dedicated Time: Groups will meet one time per week for 1.5 hours in the ASC
  • Peer Connection and Support: Groups will have 6-8 assigned students
  • Facilitated Strategy Development: Groups will be led by an ASC graduate assistant

What to Expect

Joining an Accountability Group will help you learn and implement time management and study strategies, connect you with peers, and provide a dedicated time to work on individual tasks. Group members will provide support and encouragement to help keep each other motivated throughout the semester!

Your group will have an assigned time to meet for 90 minutes each week. The first 30 minutes of each group meeting will be spent checking in with one another and learning about a new learning strategy or topic (time management, study strategies, etc.). The last hour will be designated work time for everyone to work on their individual tasks and assignments. Groups will finish their meeting with a quick wrap-up and check-in with everyone on how things went.

How to Join

Due to high demand, all Accountability Groups are full for the fall 2021 semester.

Interested in joining future groups? Please complete this short interest form to receive information regarding spring 2022 groups. 


If you have any questions or concerns, you can email or call our office at 765-494-4700.

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