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Student Learning Commons: Facts & feedback

 

During COVID-19, Student Learning Commons services continue.
 
For the complete range, including consultations, support, workshops, handouts, and groups, see SLC services continue online.  

 

Background

Officially launched in Fall 2006, the Student Learning Commons (SLC) is an academic learning centre mandated to assist and support undergraduate and graduate students in their academic pursuits.

The SLC provides writing and learning support services across the three SFU campuses, including support for students in W, Q, and B courses, international students, English as an Additional Language (EAL) students, college transfer students, and many others.

Services are provided through workshops, personal consultations, print and online resources, as well as through classroom collaborations with faculty and other instructors. The SLC works closely with the Library, Student Services, Faculty Advisors, and many others, to provide effective "one stop, one step" academic support services for all SFU students.

Selected Statistics January 2019 - December 2019

These statistics represent Writing, Learning, and English-as-an-Additional-Language programs and services delivered at all three campuses for the last calendar year.  Undergraduate services are delivered through the Student Learning Commons; graduate services are delivered through the Research Commons. "Integrated workshops" are presentations tailored for specific classes, courses or programs. For further details see our Annual Reports.

    Consultations   Open workshops   Integrated workshops
    total   sessions attendees   sessions attendees
January 2019 - December 2019   5063   305 2553   204 4906