If you’re failing a course, or not doing as well as you anticipated, there are lots of people, services and resources available for support.
Your Professor or TA
Reach out to them during office hours if you have questions regarding the subject matter or need help interpreting feedback they’ve provided on a test or exam.
A Learning Strategist
A Learning Strategist can help you develop great study skills so you can manage your time, or study more efficiently based on your learning style.
A Writing Centre
Your college’s Writing Centre instructors can assist you with crafting your next essay or assignment so it is well-structured and well-received.
Your Peers/Study Groups
Your peers and Recognized Study Groups are a valuable resource can help you unpack course information, ideas or theories and having someone (or a group of people) to bounce your ideas off of is often very helpful.
You may be eligible to receive tutoring as part of your academic accommodations through Accessibility Services.
Your College Registrar/Academic Advisors
Your College Registrar’s office has Academic Advisors who can provide academic counselling and point you in the direction of success.