I am having challenges with class content, group work, and or professors.

Academic Resources

If challenge is with group members:

Talk to your Course Instructor/Teaching Assistant

Have you reached out to your instructor or teaching assistant in the course? Information about how to connect with your instructor or TA is available on onQ and in your course syllabus.

Student Academic Success Services

Student Academic Success Services aims to help students become more efficient and confident learners. For information on group work support, please see the SASS website. You can also book an appointment with a professional advisor here.

If challenge is with the professor:

Reach out to an Academic Advisor

For information on academic advisor contact information in your department/year, please see our Academic Advisor page.

If challenge is with class content:

EngLinks Program

The Engineering Society runs the EngLinks program with offers one-on-one tutoring, workshops for select courses and a number of other resources that you may find helpful should you need this help in the future. Visit the EngLinks website.

First-year students:

Douglas Help Desk

Douglas Help Desk is a free tutoring service available to all first-year students. For more information, please see the EngLinks website.

Peer Mentoring

Receive one-on-one peer mentoring which can help you develop skills to succeed academically, help balance the academic and social demands of university life and develop strategies to stay physically and mentally healthy. For more information or to register please visit the Student Experience Office website.

Meet with a First-Year Advisor

Our first-year advisors can assist you by determining the best course of action (including resources) based on your individual needs. Our aim is to help you get back on track. If you would like to set up a virtual meeting with one of us, please see our advisor booking page.

Student Academic Success Services

Student Academic Success Services aims to help students become more efficient and confident learners. Services include professional advising which can help you with academic skills such as study skills, exam preparation, and time management. For more information, please visit the SASS website. Booking an appointment with a professional advisor is very easy and can be done online here.

Upper-year students:

Reach out to an Academic Advisor

For information on academic advisor contact information in your department/year, please see our Academic Advisor page.