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Volunteer as a graduate peer helper


Are you at least two years into your graduate program? Would you like to give other graduate students the benefit of your graduate school experience? If so, consider volunteering as a graduate peer helper. Along with earning a credit on your co-curricular record, as a graduate peer helper you’ll have the opportunity to develop your leadership and communication skills. 

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Top Tips from the Virtual Study Hall

Tips from the Virtual Study Hall!

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Four Steps for Working in Groups Online

Read four steps on how to work in a group online.

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Student Success Centre services are being offered remotely

Due to the evolving health situation, the Student Success Centre are offering online or phone appointments for writing support, learning support, open studies and exploratory advising.  To book or cancel an appointment, please visit our website at  To book a prospective student appointment please send us an email at and someone will be in touch to organize an appointment time.

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