Ressources de transition pour étudiantes et étudiants universitaires

La présente liste de ressources vise à renforcer les connaissances et les compétences nécessaires pour assurer le succès des études universitaires. Les programmes suivants sont accessibles à celles et ceux qui fréquentent une université de l’Ontario.

Il ne s’agit pas d’une liste exhaustive, puisque les universités apportent régulièrement des ajustements à ces services.

Vous avez des questions ou vous avez besoin d’information? Communiquez directement avec l’université en question.

Nota : Puisque plusieurs universités sont anglophones, les renseignements qu'elles ont fourni sont en anglais seulement.

University of Guelph

Chemistry & Physics Help

  • Science Commons, a dedicated space for chemistry and physics teaching assistants (TAs) to help students enrolled in UG CHEM and PHYS courses.

Exam Prep

  • The library offers many resources to help you prepare for and write exams.

Learning & Studying Support

  • Provides assistance to help you enhance your skills and academic performance.
  • Our professional staff, peer helpers and student athlete mentors provide information, individual and small group assistance, workshops and in-class sessions dealing with:
    • Time management, project management and balancing life and academics
    • Presentation and speaking skills, including poster presentations
    • Controlling procrastination and perfectionism
    • Exam preparation
    • Working in groups
    • Critical reading and learning from texts
    • Learning in large lectures
    • Concentration and memory enhancement
  • Collaborative programs and partnerships:
    • Engineering Peer Helpers
    • Indigenous Learning Peer Helpers
    • Learning Support for Science Students (LS3)
  • Residence Life Staff Academic Support
  • Studying Support
  • Supported Learning Groups (SLGs)
    • Peer-led study groups in historically challenging courses. They give you a more in-depth understanding of the course content as you learn in a small online group format.
  • Academic Action Program
    • A one-to-one academic coaching program to help you enhance your academic potential.
  • Student Athlete Mentorship (SAM):
    • Book an appointment for advice and information about developing effective strategies and study approaches for different types of courses and for ideas on how to create an Academic Action Plan.
    • Appointments are free and confidential.

Math & Stats Help

  • The Math & Stats Learning Centre is a drop-in space where a team of tutors can help you understand and solve course work problems.

Student Accessibility Services (SAS)

  • Facilitates a variety of programs and services to assist students with disabilities to participate fully in university life and maximize campus accessibility.
  • SAS is for students who experience all types of disabilities, including (but not limited to) ADD/ADHD, hearing, learning, medical, mobility, psychological/emotional and vision.
  • Available to full-time or part-time, graduate and undergraduate students.
  • The SAS also has a number of services available to students with temporary disabilities.
  • You become eligible for our programs and services when you register with the SAS and provide documentation to support your disability.

Student Transition Office

  • We are with you from start to finish during your time as a Gryphon. We focus on you as a person, helping you to leverage your skills and strengths to live and learn at university. Some of our programs include:
    • Bounce Back – An optional program for first- and second-year students who struggled with their academics in their first semester.
    • STARTonTrack – For you if you want to start your first semester off right by planning ahead.

Supported Learning Groups (SLG)

  • Free course-specific support outside of classes that is available for regular or drop-in attendance.
  • Depending on the course, SLGs may be offered virtually, face to face, or a hybrid of both formats.
  • University staff and trained upper-year undergraduate students help you succeed in historically challenging courses.
  • Sessions are peer-led study groups that review course material and demonstrate new approaches to difficult concepts.

Writing Support

  • We offer writing appointments, workshops and help in all aspects of writing:
    • Citations and bibliographies
    • Grammar and style
    • Writing specific types of papers
    • Writing papers in different disciplines
  • We offer free, confidential, individual and group writing appointments to help you improve your writing.
  • Writing appointments can be pre-booked or you can drop in for a same-day writing appointment.
  • English as an Additional Language Support.

Contact the University of Guelph