Academic support resources are available to undergraduate students on a course by course basis as well as through learning skill development programs. These resources are made available by a number of units through the combined expertise of instructors, University staff, and student staff.
The Academic Action Program is a semester-long program for undergraduate students who would like to enhance their academic potential. Students work with an academic coach to identify goals, create a realistic plan, and build skills. Applications are open in the fall and winter semesters, until the end of the fourth week of classes or until all places are filled.
Academic Integrity Website provides information about the University’s academic code of ethics. It also includes a tutorial that provides illustrations of how to avoid unintentional academic misconduct and plagiarism.
Academic Support in Residence provides information about resources available to students living in University of Guelph residence environments.
Learning Commons brings together services that support students in their learning, writing, research, numeracy and use of technology.
Numeracy & Quantitative Reasoning initiative website provides opportunities to improve numeracy and quantitative reasoning skills to overcome insecurities around dealing with numbers.
The SAM Program provides resources and assistance tailored to the unique needs of student-athletes. The program includes Student Athlete Mentors who are upper year, academically successful student-athletes trained in learning strategies and referral.
Science Commons (Help Rooms) is a “one-stop learning” resource centre on Level 3 of the McLaughlin Library that offers one-on-one help to students in mathematics and statistics, physics and chemistry courses. It is staffed by teaching assistants from high-enrolment and challenging courses. *** NOTE: The physical location in the Library is closed for Fall 2020. Follow link for Fall 2020 arrangements for support. ***
Student Experience offers programs named ReSTART and Bounceback that accept applications on a rolling basis in Fall and Winter semesters. They match you with an upper year student that helps you identify the source(s) of challenge you are experiencing and then helps you identify/connect with resources that will help you address those. Please see START website for more information.
Supported Learning Groups (SLGs) are peer led structured study groups that help students navigate challenging course material and show them new ways to approach difficult course concepts.
Tutoring directs students to information about finding tutor services in the appropriate area of study.
University of Guelph Mathematics Post Secondary Preparation Package (MP3) is a preparation resource for students taking university-level math-based courses (please see http://eldar.mathstat.uoguelph.ca/dashlock/Outreach/MP3.html).