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In addition to tutoring services, the Student Learning Hub offers a range of extracurricular experiences to support your learning. All workshops are free and no registration is required. Questions? Contact email@example.com
Are you wondering how to “study” for an English final exam? This workshop will go over trips and tricks to preparing for and writing an English exam. This workshop is intended for First-Year undergraduate students in an English course, although other disciplines are welcome. No signup required.
A series of lunch and learn writing workshops take place over the course of both Winter terms. These workshops cover topics such as planning a paper, crafting thesis statements and paragraphs, integrating sources, and editing your writing. Check out our upcoming workshops above.
Due to COVID-19, the upcoming Stop Procrastination Station has been cancelled.
In collaboration with the Library, the Student Learning Hub provides evening drop-in writing and research support on the first floor of the library with Librarians and Writing Consultants at crucial times during both Winter terms. Stop Procrastination Station for Term 2 will be March 23, 24, 30, and 31.
At the beginning of Term 2, the Student Learning Hub operates pop-up learning support to help you get back in the groove and break through that beginning-of-term haze. Fresh Start for Term 2 runs January 7, 8, and 9 from 11-1 on the first floor of the library.
Feel fuzzy on high school math and science concepts? Forget how to factor? Feel lost without your calculator? Reboot your memory and refresh your skills with Back-to-Basics review sessions.
A foundation in high school math is essential to success in university-level chemistry, math, and physics. Back-to-Basics is a series of tutor-led review sessions that will help you relearn those important math concepts and get prepared for your first year science courses. Join us for a session, or two, or three, and get Back-to-Basics.
Sessions are offered throughout the beginning of September. You are welcome to drop-in for any or all of them.
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