Living on campus means you are as close to your friends as you are to your classes.
Academics in Residence (AIR)
AIR offers a variety of free services, which are listed below.
Math and Writing Support
Math and Writing Support, offered through the Student Success Centre, is back. Both are on Wednesdays from 6 – 9 PM in the Aurora Hall multi-purpose room (you don’t need a key – you can enter via the quad on the DC side of the building).
Both services are open to all residents. The Writing Support Specialist can help with any university level writing issue. The Math Support Specialist can help with any foundational mathematics issue, as well as statistics, introductory calculus, linear algebra and discrete mathematics.
Please note that this is not a class or presentation. The Specialists will work with you on your particular questions or issues. No appointment is necessary, and you can stay for as long as you want!
Funding for Math Support is provided via Student Union Quality Money.
Having trouble studying in your room? Need a change in scenery? Residence has designated quiet spaces within residence where residents are welcome (and encouraged) to work on various assignments, readings, or to study for an exam.
Details for the 2016 Fall Term are as follows:
When: Tuesdays 7pm to 10pm
Where: Aurora Hall (Multipurpose room) and Rundle Hall (Academic Lounge)
When: Wednesdays 7pm to 10pm
Where: Yamunska Hall (Academic Lounge) and Kananaskis Hall (Academic Lounge)
How to access the Aurora Multipurpose room
AIR hosts a number of programs in the Aurora Multipurpose room (AU-128). If you are not a resident of Aurora Hall, you can access the building through the external door to the room, facing the DC. See the map below for more details.