Graduate Student Services and Resources
There are many academic, professional and social opportunities and services available at the University of Guelph that will help you succeed as a graduate student.
The GSA is the central student group representing all graduate students at the University of Guelph. Their mission is to advance the academic and social goals of graduate students through advocacy, social, and financial resources.
Interested in expanding and refining your skills to support your graduate studies and enhance your future career? My Grad Skills offers 18 online modules in five areas of concentration: Teaching and Learning, Career Development, Research, Communication, Entrepreneurship.
Learn more on the My Grad Skills website.
The University of Guelph requires all graduate students entering semester one to enroll in UNIV*7100, an online, mandatory, non-credit course. Students must successfully complete this course as part of their degree requirements.Access to the course is provided at the beginning of September.
GSLI is a collaborative endeavour that brings together key campus services that support academic and professional skill development for graduate students as learners, instructors, researchers and professionals. Learn more on the GSLI website.
The Writing Services team supports University of Guelph students of all levels in becoming stronger, more confident writers. It also helps teaching assistants integrate writing-intenstive elements into their courses.
University of Guelph's counselling services team offers individual counselling sessions to help support students as they work through the personal challenges that impair their ability to succeed at school and in other areas of their lives. Find out more on the Counselling Services website.