For 11 years, the Academic Success Program (ASP) has supported student athletes with their transition to university learning and competing at the varsity level. Get support meeting your goals in the classroom and in your sport!
We encourage all student athletes, and especially first-year student athletes, to review the following presentations:
You're encouraged to review any and all of the Learning Development & Success presentations that are on the website. More information on the presentations can be found here.
Study Hall occurs regularly throughout the academic term where you can connect with Learning Peers for course-specific assistance, learning skills support, access graduate student mentors, or check in with a SAMP mentor. Beginning the third week of September each year, Study Hall hours are:
You can see the Zoom links and course-specific assistance available during Study Hall hours in your Kinduct account. You're encouraged to familiarize yourself with the PAL Centre for assistance with courses not offered in Study Hall.
Academic check-ins allow you to meet with the Academic Success Program Coordinator to chat about your academic and sport goals, how the transition to university life has been so far, and what resources and services on campus are available to assist with your transition to university. If you have specific course-related concerns or learning strategies you'd like to work on, these can be discussed as well.