Academic Support Centre
Contact us to facilitate one of the following workshops:
Available to all first year courses and orientation activities, this two-hour interactive workshop supports students’ transition to university and introduces effective study skills.
Workshops and Customized Presentations
Skills development workshops and presentations are customizable to the needs of your students and cover topics related to transition, time management, critical thinking, critical reading and essay writing.
Contact us to facilitate one of the following group sessions:
Students on Placement
These sessions help students on placement improve their communication, interaction and presentation skills.
Students on Probation
Study-skills sessions support students to achieve a clear standing. Currently, we offer a two-part ‘Getting back on Track’ workshop, which is customizable to address specific academic challenges.
Students Transitioning to Ryerson
Designed for students in their transition to Ryerson, these customizable workshops focus on the needs of direct entry and mature students and help ease difficulties they may encounter.
Study Skills Presentations
Delivered via D2L Brightspace, online presentations focus on study skill development. Upon request, we can enroll full courses or individual students into these online modules. Contact us for a preview.
Set up a consultation with us to discuss how to incorporate learning strategies into your course curriculum, or to explore any related ideas you may have.
Contact us to introduce our services and programming at your school's orientation events.
The Faculty of Community Services Academic Support and Resource Centre is located on the fifth floor of the library, in Room LIB-549.
Library Building, Room LIB-549
350 Victoria St.
Academic Accommodations Facilitator Liaison
Stephanie Rohmer, OT Reg. (Ont.)
Virtual office hours for faculty: Fridays (10 - 11 a.m.) ext. 554578
Iram Khan, MA, TESL
Chris Cachia, MA, BEd