U of T and Academic Success offer a variety of services and supports specifically for graduate students. If you need help, you can find it here.

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Drop-ins & appointments Drop into the Academic Success Centre or book an appointment to talk to a Learning Strategist
Workshops Find out more about the workshops we offer
Graduate writing Join a graduate writing group to focus on your writing goals
Helpful Services Resources and services at U of T

Drop-in hours & appointments

Graduate students are welcome to drop by Academic Success or book an appointment to talk to a Learning Strategist. Visit the drop-in hours & appointments page for details.

Workshop Series

Spring/Summer Workshops 2017

Student Success Centre - 214 College Street, Rm. 150
All workshops are 12-1:30 p.m. Please check the day of the week.

Please note, for workshops with 2 dates: the first session is in regular workshop format, and the second session is in group discussion format. 

May/June dates:

  • Wednesday May 17 + Wednesday May 24 - Foundations of Effective Learning & Studying
  • Thursday June 1 + Thursday June 8 - Organization & Procrastination Management
  • Tuesday June 13 + Tuesday June 20 - Building Resilience to Increase Learning
  • Thursday June 22 - Exam Preparation Workshop

July/August dates:

  • Thursday July 6 + Thursday July 13 - Foundations of Effective Learning & Studying
  • Wednesday July 19 + Wednesday July 26 - Building Resilience to Increase Learning
  • Wednesday August 2 + Wednesday August 9 - Organization & Procrastination Management
  • Thursday August 10 - Exam Preparation Workshop
     

To register, please visit the Career Learning Network (CLN) and view the St. George Academic Success events calendar. Please note, registration opens 2 weeks prior to the workshop date.

If you have any problems with registration, or have any questions, please contact mail.asc@utoronto.ca.

Graduate Writing Group: a writing space for grad students

Are you a graduate student determined to write and defend your dissertation before your funding package expires? Do you find it difficult to maintain a consistent writing schedule? Would you like to commit to writing regularly? Join a community of peers who share your experience and can help keep you accountable. 

 

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