Program Description

The Bounce Back program is a peer-to-peer retention program designed to provide support and encouragement to first-year students struggling academically. Entering its sixth year, Bounce back is a nine week program beginning at the start of the winter semester and concluding at the end of March.

Frequently Asked Questions

The Bounce Back program is about working with students and the Centre for Student Academic Support to ensure they are staying on track and making progress towards their goals. If there are any questions that students have about the Bounce Back Program, please take a moment to review our Frequently Asked Questions for more information.

Currently, Bounce Back is hiring for the 2016 summer semester. You can learn more about Bounce Back and their current openings here.

Mailing List

The Bounce Back program identifies first-year undergraduate students who receive an average of less than 69% (CGPA less than 6.0) in their first semester. Students who are currently in first-year experiencing some significant academic challenges and feel this program is beneficial can sign up for our mailing list and will receive on-going information about the program and when registration begins, no matter their CGPA.

Please email to be added to the mailing list.

Questions? Contact the Bounce Back program coordinator.