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Mid-Term Momentum: Academic Success Supports

Dear Daniels Undergraduate students,  

As the term progresses, remember to use those supports that can help you achieve the goals you have set for yourself this term.    

The team at Academic Success helps you identify and achieve your learning goals. Daniels Faculty students have access to Learning Strategists through the Student Success Centre to support the development of their study skills and academic strategies. Meeting with a Learning Strategist is a great way to reflect on your experience and develop new strategies in a supportive environment. Topics include (but are not limited to):  

  • Learning as a Process  
  • Motivation & Goal Setting  
  • Time Management & Procrastination  
  • Stress Management & Anxiety Reduction  
  • Study Focus  
  • Critical Reading & Note-Taking  
  • Presentations & Public Speaking  
  • Test, Exam, Review & Critique Preparation  

You can benefit by:  

  1. Staying accountable and getting work done in a supportive community with Study Hubs 
  1. Learning study tips in the workshops  
  1. Booking an individual appointment with determine your next steps to learning success   
  1. Checking out available videos, modules, and handouts:   

Accessibility Services assists students in navigating disability-related barriers to academic success at UofT for on-going or temporary disability. The Accessibility Services team reviews disability-related barriers for students, develops accommodations as appropriate, and collaborates with faculty and staff to support students in navigating those barriers.  

Students can request an appointment with the intake coordinator if they: 

  • suspect they have a disability 
  • are unsure if they should register 
  • require general information about the registration process 
  • are in the process of obtaining documentation  

For registration information, please visit: uoft.me/as-registration 

Get in contact by: Email: accessibility.services@utoronto.ca  | Phone: 416-978-8060 | Website: accessibility.utoronto.ca 

Enjoy the Fall Reading Week Break, Nov. 8 -12!