Visit these pages for more academic support:
Academic Learning Centre
Our Academic Learning Centre provides in-person support, email appointments, academic skills & strategies workshops, and course-specific study sessions. Our staff are eager to help with preparation and planning, basic editing and organization of assignments, content specific tutoring, citation formatting, and more.
How the Academic Learning Centre can help you
Basic editing and organization of assignments
Need a fresh set of eyes on an assignment? We’re not an editing service and we will not catch or identify all your errors. We’ll guide you through basic editing, sentence structure, and watch for repeated grammatical errors. This process helps you to avoid simple mistakes, ensure your paragraphs make sense, and improve your writing skills.
Preparation and planning of assignments
Before you begin your essay or project, make sure you understand the requirements and create a plan for a well-organized and well-supported paper. We can help get you started on the right track.
APA, MLA, and Chicago formatting, citations, and references
Different courses and subject fields have different requirements when it comes to following style guides. We can help you find the correct guide and navigate the rules for formatting, citations, and reference pages.
Content specific support and study groups
Having difficulty understanding your class materials? We’ll work through them together so you leave with a better grasp of the information at hand. Stressed out by a big test? We’ll help you come up with a strategy to study efficiently and effectively. We can also schedule and guide group study sessions as needed.
Watch your inbox for announcements on upcoming Skills & Strategies Workshops. We offer workshops in writing, reading, time management, test anxiety, and more.
Meet the ALC staff
Darla, ALC Coordinator
Darla has a range of experiences and expertise to share. If you’re feeling stuck or unsure, she’ll help you figure it out. She loves the planning and organizing stages of essays for any course, but is especially helpful with English writing and Religion courses.
- Alina (2nd Year Political Science @ U of W)
- Alyssa (5th Year Education – English & Psychology @ U of W)
- Chelsey (4th Year Applied Psychology & English @ BOOTH UC)
- Julia (4th Year Social Work @ BOOTH UC)
- Marianne (2nd Year Psychology @ BOOTH UC)
- Stacey (4th Year Behavioural Sciences & English @ BOOTH UC)
- Zach (4th Year Business Administration – Marketing & Communications @ BOOTH UC)
Book an appointment
Use our online scheduler to book one of the following:
- 30 or 60-minute in-person appointment
- 60-minute email appointment (see instructions on the booking form for email appointments)
- Skills & Strategies workshop
We provide templates and tutorials to help you develop a range of academic skills. Go to the learning resources page.
Your academic advisor is committed to your academic success. They’ll make sure you start the year off right and support you through any academic challenges during the year.
If you need special support, we’re happy to provide accessibility services to help you succeed in your studies. Visit our Accessibility services page to learn more.
Throughout the year, don’t hesitate to stop by or contact us for information.
Room B07 (basement of 447 Webb Place