Study Skills Help

Your study skills and strategies will evolve during your studies. The natural curiosity that comes with being a student, your desire for academic success, and the occasional stumbling block or challenge will motivate and empower you to grow as a learner.  Learning about oneself can be an exciting journey and well worth the investment!

Link to: Online Resources and Study Skills Tip Sheets

Smart Start Academic Orientation - September 22nd - 26th

 

Smart Start offers workshops in a variety of academic topics and is being held the third week of September. You will have attended two and a half weeks of classes, be aware of what is expected of you in your classes and be somewhat familiar with the culture at the U of S. Visit the SMART START  Website to register for workshops in study skills, writing, tech help, library skills and grad help. All workshops are open to all students at the U of S, and are free.

Happy start of the term!!

Undergraduate Study Skills Workshops

Each term we offer a set of Study Skills Workshops on topics in study skills including topics such as time management, note-taking, and exam preparation.  These study skills workshops are facilitated by PAL Peer Mentors, and are offered freely to any U of S student.

Link to sign up for a Study Skills Workshop for Undergraduate Students

Consult with a Study Skills Peer Mentor

Ask a Study Skills Peer Mentor...  Drop by RM134 of the Murray Library to obtain information and resources on study skills and student support at the U of S.

Study Skills Peer Mentors are students who have completed one or more year at the U of S, are academically strong and trained in the Peer Assisted Learning Program. They will listen to your questions and provide information on study skills, academic and student supports at the U of S, and share advice when appropriate. 

This service is open to all U of S undergraduate students.

  • Students in their first year of study are particularly welcome to drop in and ask questions.  Welcome to the University of Saskatchewan :-)
* 2014 Schedule, Sept 8th-Nov 29th  - Location: RM134 Murray Library
  • Mondays: 12:30-3:30pm
  • Tuesdays: 1:30-2:20pm
  • Wednesdays: 12:30-2:30pm
  • Thursdays: 12:00-1:00pm

* Study Skills Peer Mentors take the week off during the midterm break, Nov 10-14.

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