We have services and resources to help you plan and use your time effectively and control procrastination:
Master time management
The secret to mastering time management plus our top 10 time management tips
Making a task list
Learn how to create an effective task list — probably the simplest, yet most effective, time management tool
Schedule yourself: 6 easy steps to conquer your calendar
This short video has useful tips for scheduling your time
Making the most of breaks and rewards
Use breaks and rewards effectively to reduce stress, sustain motivation, and increase productivity
Using weekday time effectively
Strategies to make better use of time that is commonly wasted during the day
Making time management work for you
Learn about the important process of monitoring, analyzing, and revising your time plan until it works
An overview of our resources to help deal with the most common time management problem
Control procrastination: understanding procrastination
Use the W5 framework - who, what, when, where, and why – to gain new understanding of your procrastination habits
Control procrastination: 8 ways to get started
Learn new strategies to get started quickly so you avoid procrastination
Control procrastination: short-term solutions
Reduce procrastination caused by socializing, phones, laptops, reading and more
Time management tools
- Download our Weekly Schedule template [XLSX 18kb] to create a personalized weekly schedule that you can easily modify.
- Download our Tasks Lists template [PDF 46kb] to make a personalized task list.
- Print our month-by-month semester calendars to use at home. Make sure you verify all dates with the University’s Academic Calendar.
- Print our Master timetable [PDF 39kb] to help you plan your time.
Online resources are available. Visit our online research, writing, and learning support page to learn more. For more help with time management, check out our upcoming workshops, or book an online appointment.