Get support in reaching your goals

Many students struggle with focus and procrastination, time management and goal setting.  All of these can have a negative impact on your academic success, but making Study Hubs part of your weekly schedule can help! Join us to find support as you complete readings, work on assignments and prepare for tests and exams.

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How they work What to expect in a weekly Study Hub
Schedule and locations When and where to find them
Questions? Concerns? Contact information

How they work

After your class schedules settle, you can find Study Hubs occuring every week all around the St George campus. Find your community and meet with them at the time and place that works best for you. No registration is necessary! 

At the beginning of each session, a student peer mentor will help you set an achievable study goal for the next two hours. Whether you have regular homework, lots of readings, or a major upcoming project or test, setting SMART goals can be highly effective. Our mentors have useful academic resources on hand in case you need them.

Making the Study Hubs part of your regular week can help you find your focus and stay on track. Plus, attendance can count towards the Co-Curricular Record once you attend six or more sessions. Why study alone when you can study with friends? 

With a cup of tea and some snacks, you might be pleasantly surprised about how much you can get done in two hours of quiet study time!

Schedule and locations

  • Fall 2018: Study Hubs will start in the week of September 24, and run every week (excluding Reading Week) until November 30.
  • Winter 2019: Study Hubs will start in the week of January 21, and run every week (excluding Reading Week) until March 29.

Full details of times and places will be posted as soon as possible: for now, please watch this space!

Questions? Concerns?

If you have any questions about the Study Hubs, or would like to share any comments about your experience, please contact Learning Strategist Jonathan Vandor at jonathan.vandor@utoronto.ca