The number one goal of the free two day workshop, which was part of a broader program of social education, was to develop men and women's positive thinking skills during university life to help them succeed as students.
These skills comprise of understanding the reasons to concern one’s self with positive-thinking, learning the types of positive development skills, identifying the characteristics of positive thinking and learning the qualities of a positive thinker.
As well as these, students were encouraged to think about what advantages people with positive thinking skills have and to learn how to practice positive thinking skills by understanding the methods and strategies for the development of positive thinking.
Negative thinking was also discussed, its causes, how to overcome it, and the consequent negative personal traits which often stem from such thinking.
More broadly, the Counseling and Guidance Center is committed to making life at university more comfortable ensuring students from all backgrounds adapt to campus life, understand their own strengths and abilities, and encouraging them to overcome pressures and challenges.
Alongside the positive thinking activities the counseling and Guidance Center ran workshops with new students aimed at addressing these concerns.
And following such good attendance, KSU is likely to hold more events of this kind.
The Student Affairs Deanship organized the workshop which was financed by the Ministry of Higher Education.