Connect with a learning strategist for just-in-time, individualized support.
- Learn to manage time and stress
- Develop new strategies for active studying, reading and note-taking, and exam preparation
- Improve your project management and presentation skills
- Learn about the University’s academic structures and services
All undergraduate and graduate students
Connect with a learning strategist centrally at Academic Success and across the St. George campus at various colleges and faculties. A list of locations is below.
Workshops are held throughout the week at various locations and cover learning strategies in depth. We cover topics such as memory and concentration, preparing for assignments, tests and exams, reading and notetaking, procrastination and motivation, and many more!
Small group themed discussions
Meet in a small group to get individualized responses to your learning questions!
These small groups (2-10 students) are focused around a theme, such as reading and note taking or time management. Sessions are facilitated at least once per day by a learning strategist and the strategies are focused on the questions shared by the group.
Drop in appointments are held at various times per week, these are short responsive one-on-one appointments available to respond to your specific questions OR to follow up after trying some of the strategies from the small group themed discussions.
These are reserved on a case by case basis for complex academic concerns. We recommend you start by joining our Small Group Themed Discussions to refine your question and learn the basics before a one-on-one so we can make the most use of our time with you.
Appointments at other locations
Contact the faculty/college registrar or program coordinator to book a learning strategist appointment at each location:
- Academic Bridging Program*
- Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering. Note: Engineering is in the process of hiring a new learning strategist. For now, please connect with us by following the booking instructions below.
- Faculty of Medicine – Office of Health Professions Student Affairs
- First Nations House
- Innis College
- New College
- Michael’s College
- Transitional Year Programme*
- Trinity College
- University College
- Victoria College
- Woodsworth College*
- Learning support for Varsity athletes
*For more information or to book an appointment at these locations, please email Alyssia Bueno at email@example.com.
Booking & Documentation
To book an appointment for a phone or video call with a learning strategist through the Career and Co-Curricular Learning Network (CLNx):
- Login to the CLNx with your UTORid and password.
- Go to “Appointments” on the left. (If you are a student who works at U of T, make sure you are logged in to your student account.)
- Click “St. George Overview”, then “Academic Success”.
- Click “Book now”.
If you are unable to book an appointment online via CLNx, please call 416-978-7970, email
firstname.lastname@example.org, or use our online chat tool (available Monday – Friday 9:30 – 12 p.m., 2 – 4 p.m.) to request a remote phone appointment and learn more about our services.
In your email, please include your name, student number, phone number, location, level and program of study, and the reason for your appointment.