Develop good habits to manage your workload.
People don’t always mean the same thing when they talk about procrastination. Sometimes, they mean that they are unmotivated to do something they find trivial; other times, they mean that they’re too overwhelmed to do an important project. Everyone procrastinates a little bit: the way to find motivation is to figure out the root cause of your behaviour so that you can find ways to bring out the best version of yourself.
5 Keys to Succeed at U of T Online Course
This 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 5 Keys to Succeed at U of T Online Course
Graduate Writing Groups
Graduate 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 Home
Grad 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
Learning How to Learn
Explore workshops with evidence-based practices to help you with exam prep, meet new expectations and improve your studying at U of T.Learn more about Learning How to Learn
Study Hubs are scheduled times for you to set and meet your studying goals.Learn more about Study Hubs
Academic Success peer mentor appointmentsBook a one-on-one appointment with a peer mentor to get fast support and skills. Learn more about Academic Success peer mentor appointments
Academic Success resource libraryExplore our handouts and tip sheets on academic skills. Learn more about Academic Success resource library