Resources for Success
Learning Services comprises a number of different services offered to the Laurier community including the Writing Centre, Math Assistance Centre, Accessible Learning, Study Skills and more!
Study Skills and Supplemental Instruction
Students in first year find the informal workshops run by this centre to be very useful in helping their transition. Workshops include: test anxiety, time management, textbook reading, memory improvement, note-taking, exam preparation and numerous others.
Academic Advising can assist students in identifying resources and services to enhance their academic performance, understanding academic rules and regulations and choosing an undergraduate program in preparation for graduate school and/or a specific career.
Academic Campus Clubs:
Every program on campus should have a campus club for students to join. Whether it is Biology, Business, Music, Kinesiology, or History, an academic club will give you the opportunity to become involved and meet students in your program. First-year students may also gain valuable tips from senior students, especially in course selection.
Counselling Services is available to support students' personal development and academic performance. They provide a private and confidential space to explore student concerns (however big or small) during their time at Laurier.
Career Development Centre
offers services to students and alumni by connected them with potential
employers, conducting resume help, interview workshops and more!
Health Services is a clinic located right on campus that can provide full and part-time
students with the same care and services as their home physician.
Student Health and Development Centre is a wellness and resource
centre with the mission of providing services primarily outside the
classroom setting that will aid in the development, health and overall personal
and academic success of both undergraduate and graduate students.
Special Constables Services is committed to the prevention of crime, education, customer service,
encouraging partnerships and the protection of rights which will
enhance the quality of life for our students, faculty, staff and
Rainbow Centre is dedicated to enhancing the university environment for Lesbian, Gay,
Bisexual, Trans and Queer individuals in the Laurier Community through
awareness promotion, education, advocacy and support.
Chaplain's Office provides, among other things, spiritual counsel, encouragement, and education. The chaplains seek to help students, faculty, and staff integrate their faith with their learning.
Wilfrid Laurier University Students' Union offers a number of resources for students including: