Learning Well in First Year is a 4-part bi-weekly discussion series to help you learn more effectively in your first year at U of T.
Join us for any or all sessions to check in on your university learning experience in a casual, discussion-based environment facilitated by two learning strategists and a peer mentor.
In the sessions, you will engage in activities, discussion and learning to:
- reflect on your strengths and apply them to your U of T courses
- discover and practice strategies to manage your time and energy
- improve your motivation and find your purpose to succeed
- connect with other first-year students interested in building their academic skills
Learning Well in First Year is part of the Academic Resilience Initiatives at Academic Success on the University of Toronto’s St. George campus. We support academic resilience by developing group programs that foster community and belonging through learning strategies, productivity habits and well-being supports.
Undergraduate students in their first year of study
How The Program Works
Attend bi-weekly sessions led by two learning strategists to:
- make sense of your transition to first-year university
- reflect on your academic strengths and challenges
- explore new learning strategies, productivity habits and well-being practices
- connect with other students in first year and learn about U of T resources and communities