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Drop-in math and science tutoring is now available for the summer terms. Find the tutor schedule and details here.
Online writing consultations, language tutoring, and study skills appointments will re-open in September! WriteAway is still providing feedback on writing assignments!
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The Student Learning Hub is your one-stop-shop for all undergraduate learning supports and resources. Visit us early and often to build the skills, strategies, and behaviours that are essential to become a confident and independent learner.
The Hub is for everyone and our services are free. We invite undergraduate students from all disciplines and year levels to access a range of supports that include tutoring in math, sciences, languages, and writing, as well as help with study skills and learning strategies.
Drop-in math & science tutoring five days per week
In-person and online peer writing support
Weekly study sessions supporting UBCO's most challenging courses
How and when to refer students to the Hub
Note: as of March 23, all Student Learning Hub services are online only. Please refer to each service webpage for details on how to access that program online:
Location: LIB 237
Enter through the west entrance of the library across from the Fipke building.
Online office hours: Monday to Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
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. Although we generally recruit staff in February and early spring via the UBC Okanagan Job Board, you are welcome to connect with us about your interest at any time.
Supplemental Learning leaders for September 2020. Postings will go up on the UBC Okanagan Job Board in February.
UBC’s Okanagan campus is situated on the territory of the Syilx Okanagan Nation