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!
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.
* Study skills workshops are offered from September to November, as well as January to March.
Check out our Online Study Skills Resources
The SLS Wall of Handouts and an extensive list of online resources (websites, pdf's, videos, self assessments) will give you ideas and knowledge to improve your study skills. Check it out!
Consult with a Study Skills Peer Mentor
* Study skills peer consultations are offered from September to November, as well as January to March.
Drop by Room 134 of the Murray Library to obtain information and resources on study skills and student support at the U of S from a trained peer.
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.