Learning Support Sessions are available to any Carleton student who is looking to develop skills that can help them achieve academic success. Learning Support Sessions is a person centred service focused on fostering effective learning strategies. Each session with a Peer Learning Assistant is unique, focused on the specific strengths and challenges of the individual.

Peer Learning Assistants will help students to identify areas of growth, set goals, and create an individualized plan to achieve success. Peer Learning Assistants are trained to share effective strategies with students that they can use in any course at any level. Common session topics include:

  • Time Management
  • Managing procrastination
  • Motivation
  • Academic Reading
  • Note-Taking
  • Memory
  • Concentration
  • Exam Preparation

Learn how to study smarter by dropping in for a Learning Support Session today!

Winter 2020 One-on-One Learning Support Consultations

Sessions are FREE and offered on a DROP-IN basis from Jan 7 – Apr 7, 2020.

Monday: 9:30am – 12:30pm and 2:30pm – 4pm

Tuesday: 9:30am – 4pm

Wednesday: 9am – 12:30pm and 2:30pm – 4pm

Thursday: 9am – 12:30pm and 1:30pm – 4pm ***

Friday: 10am – 11am and 12pm – 3pm

*** One-on-one learning support consultations end at 2:30 pm on the following Thursdays: Jan 30th, Feb 13th, Feb 27th, Mar 12th, Mar 26th, and Apr 2nd.

Who Provides Learning Support?

Learning support sessions are provided by Peer Learning Assistants and can be focused on one skill or many. These sessions are intended to be student-focused and help students strengthen their skills and develop new active learning strategies.

Peer Learning Assistants are also very knowledgeable about campus services, can suggest referrals for additional support both within CSAS and across campus, and help students develop an action plan to ensure they are meeting their academic goals.