Why Connect With Us
- Exam and note-taking strategies.
- Personalized learning skills.
- Ways to manage time and priorities.
- Sharpened concentration and motivation.
Academic Success ResourcesThis non-credit Quercus course is intended to help you manage stress, use evidence-based study techniques, connect with supportive people and resources, and more! Learn more about Academic Success Resources
Academic Workshops for Grad StudentsWe can help you navigate the top academic challenges that grad school brings to your life. Learn more about Academic Workshops for Grad Students
Exam Prep WorkshopsGet that academic edge to ace your exams! Our team of learning strategists offer a roster of short, focused workshops to get you exam-ready. Learn more about Exam Prep Workshops
Grad Productivity Group: Actually Work from HomeGrad Productivity Group: Actually Work from Home is a supportive online environment where you can work in company with grad school peers. Learn more about Grad Productivity Group: Actually Work from Home
Graduate Writing GroupsGraduate Writing Groups provide space and community support for you to focus on your writing, with the help of a team of graduate mentors. Learn more about Graduate Writing Groups
Study HubsStudy Hubs are scheduled times for you to set and meet your studying goals. Learn more about Study Hubs
Study SmartStudy Smart is a one-day conference to learn how YOU learn best so you can identify and develop success habits that will help you maintain motivation and achieve your goals. Learn more about Study Smart
University Prep WorkshopsThis workshop series prepares you to enter and/or return to a university academic environment. Learn more about University Prep Workshops
Workshop SeriesWe offer a variety of interactive weekly workshops that give you the practical skills to you succeed in your course work. Learn more about Workshop Series
Academic Success workshop by requestAcademic Success offers customized support for groups of U of T students (preferably 20 or more). Learn more about Academic Success workshop by request
Learning strategist connectionsConnect with a learning strategist for just-in-time, individualized support. Learn more about Learning strategist connections
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Students can connect with a learning strategist for individualized support to:
- Learn to manage time and stress, and address procrastination issues
- Develop new strategies including active studying, reading and note-taking, and exam preparation
- Improve research, assignment completion and presentation skills
- Navigate the University’s academic systems and services
Please note: Due to COVID-19, staff members may not be receiving phone messages right now.
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Chat hours: Monday to Friday 9:30 a.m. – 12 p.m. & 2 – 4 p.m.`
I found that studying at a regular time every week helps a lot. The atmosphere and the facilitator were also extremely helpful. The reminder to set consistent and regular goals was important. It was a great experience for me: I found the Study Hubs a very useful space.
Meeting with [a learning strategist] got me started on scheduling my study/writing into 4-hour blocks throughout the day, with breaks. I found this strategy really helpful. I set attainable but ambitious goals and focused during those 4 hours on getting that chunk of work done, not stressing about all the other things I have going on.
Prior to university, I had never considered studying in a group to yield productive results….In spite of this, I wanted to find ways to be involved, and so I decided I would go and see what a Study Hub would be like. I discovered that being a part of a group setting may be more effective than studying alone on certain occasions. The Study Hubs facilitated my ability to finish coursework, and also ended up becoming a mentorship experience that made my first year at university more enjoyable.