Thriving In Action
School is hard sometimes. But learning better, feeling better, and doing better is possible.
Join a Thriving in Action Weekly Cohort
Was your last academic year tough? Didn’t get the grades you’d hoped for? Want to do better but don’t know where to start? Thriving in Action is a ThriveRU initiative to help struggling students (in their second year and beyond) thrive, academically and personally. Build motivation, optimism, and resilience, along with learning strategy essentials like time management and effective studying. It’s not too late to turn things around, and it’s never too late to learn how to flourish! Join us for our holistic 11-week program and learn how to thrive.
Thriving in Action welcomes all students including those on academic probation, students on the Centre for Student Development and Counselling (CSDC) waitlist, students with disabilities, and injured or struggling athletes. We welcome racialized and minoritized students, Indigenous students, equity-seeking students, LGBTQQIP2SAA students. We welcome mature students, international students. We welcome Spanning the Gaps students, Fresh Start students, grad students, working students, and students raising or caring for families. In other words, if you feel like you’re ready to learn and practise new strategies to thrive personally and academically, we not just welcome but encourage you to give Thriving in Action a try.
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Thriving in Action Online
We invite you to explore Thriving in Action Online to uncover your strengths, restore motivation, build momentum, and find new meaning. Here, you’ll find a comprehensive online library of strategies to thrive in your academic journey, including through its challenges. Come in, look around, watch the videos, try the exercises, read a little or a lot, and use the site in any way that makes sense to you. And then come back again. It's here whenever you need it.
New! Thriving in Action for-credit: Interested in learning thriving skills and the science underneath them? Consider adding SSH102 or PSY706 to your timetable. Search the course codes on RAMMS to find when they are next available.