Student Learning Hub
The Student Learning Hub is for everyone and our services are free. We invite UBCO students from all disciplines and year levels to access a range of supports from peers and professionals that include tutoring in math, sciences, languages, and writing, as well as help with study skills and learning strategies. Visit us early and often to build the skills, strategies, and behaviours that are essential to become a confident and independent learner.
New! Appointments now booked through QReserve
Login to QReserve with your CWL and join the “UBCO-Student Learning Hub” site using the link above.
Reading Break Writing Support
Connect with Hub writing consultants throughout reading break at our online drop-in sessions. All questions about writing & academic integrity are welcome.
- Monday, February 21: 4-5 pm
- Tuesday, February 22: 4-5 pm
- Wednesday, February 23: 10-11 am
- Thursday, February 24: 4-5 pm
- Friday, February 25: 10-11 am
Do you have a passing grade in Academic Integrity?
We’ve put together some materials and resources on academic integrity to support you in avoiding academic misconduct by learning two important things:
1) when and how academic dishonesty can occur, and
2) how to access supports to successfully attain your ultimate goal, a university degree.
Online Learning Resources on Canvas
The Hub has created a free, easy to access, self-guided collection of resources to support you in your online courses. Explore topics developed for UBCO students, including: Learning Technology, Time Management & Planning, Communicating Online, Study Skills for Tests & Exams, Writing & Language, Academic Integrity and more!
Has there been a prof who stands out and has had a positive influence in your learning this semester?
Not sure how to thank them? The Centre for Teaching and Learning invites you to Thank a Prof! Your nominee will receive a letter of recognition from the Centre for Teaching and Learning. Your identity as the nominator remains anonymous.
Email: email@example.com (inquiries outside of office hours will be addressed the following business day)
Location: LIB 237 – Our physical space is temporarily closed and all services are being offered online.
Our physical space (LIB237) is temporarily closed and services are being offered online.
We are closed stat holidays, midterm breaks, & winter/summer breaks.
Individual service open/close dates vary—please refer to a service’s page for specific dates.
We can’t do what we do without great student staff. If you want to work in the Hub you should be in the second, third, or fourth year of an undergraduate degree program. Interested applicants must demonstrate:
- A high level of academic achievement, combined with excellent writing and communication skills
- The ability to clearly and concisely explain concepts to their peers
- Excellent communication skills and a friendly and positive attitude
- A desire to provide guidance and help others learn
Tutoring is a supplement to teaching and provides expertise, experience, and encouragement, rather than simply providing answers. Although we generally recruit staff in early spring via the UBC Okanagan Job Board, you are welcome to connect with us to inquire at any time. Check the UBCO Job Board regularly to view any current postings.
Questions? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
At this time, the Student Learning Hub does not offer any private tutoring services.
We encourage you to make use of the free support provided to you through the Student Learning Hub. For those wishing to engage in course material outside of the classroom we encourage you to check out our online resources.
For those looking for private tutors for hire, you can visit the UBCSUO tutor registry.
Please note that UBC, the UBCSUO, and the Student Learning Hub do not provide any screening or formal interview process for these tutors. It is strongly recommended to ask for sample work, and/or check references prior to working with the tutor.