With 4 more weeks of classes, it's officially crunch time! The Student Learning Commons is here to help. We are a valuable resource, like a bag of free, no-strings-attached money being offered to you, that you only need to take. You would take it, right?
Writing deadlines coming up?
Receive free feedback on your writing through our in-person or virtual consultation service.
What about presentations in your classes?
SLC consultants can help with that too. Or you can drop in for a free Talk and Connect session to practice (Bennett Library, rm 3020 on Mondays 10:30-11:30 or 2:30-3:30, or Wednesdays 10:30-11:30 or 3:30-4:30).
What if you're trying to raise your grades, in general?
- Academic Reading Skills for Multilingual Students (November 14)
- "I know my stuff, but I froze": Dealing with Exam Anxiety (November 17)
- "I'll do it later": Managing Procrastination (November 22)
- Level up your Study Skills (November 27)
- Excelling in Quantitative Exams (featuring Dr. Sarah Johnson from Physics) (November 29)
... and SLC consultants can even help with this!
So how do these free SLC services differ from a free, no-strings-attached bag of money? Even though we will never ask you for money when you come for an SLC service, our services are not really free. You have already paid for SLC consultations, "Talk and Connect" sessions, and workshops when you paid your student fees. So don't waste your money. Use these services!