Major assignments involve a lot of different factors: you need to understand the project, do research and plan time for writing and editing in your busy schedule.
The UTSC Assignment Planner is a great resource for this: it helps break down common projects into stages, providing links from the libraries and writing centres to help you meet your deadlines. Learning strategists can help you make a customized plan to get work done in time for all of your deadlines, and to find ways to manage the stress of these requirements.
U of T libraries offer more than just the texts you need: they have research guides, offer advice on how to find resources, and have guides on how to cite the materials you’re using. And first-year students have a personal librarian who can give them individual support in answering research questions.
Academic Success WorkshopsWe run multiple workshops and themed discussions every week to support you and all aspects of your academic success. Learn more about Academic Success Workshops
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
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
Study HubsStudy Hubs are scheduled times for you to set and meet your studying goals. Learn more about Study Hubs
Academic mentor appointmentsBook a one-on-one appointment with a peer mentor to get fast support and skills. Learn more about Academic mentor appointments
Academic Success resource libraryExplore our handouts and tip sheets on academic skills. Learn more about Academic Success resource library