You?re here to learn, and we?re here to help you succeed. Having trouble writing an essay? Taking notes? Choosing classes? Don?t be shy. Ask for help ? we?re happy to give it!
The Centre for Student Success supports your academic experiences at Laurier. These services include supplemental instruction, help improving your math and writing skills, help with studying for exams and improving time-management skills, and help developing a plan to achieve your academic or career goals. Most services are delivered in small group or individual settings and are designed to encourage peer learning.
Our Accessible Learning Centre helps students with documented disabilities reach their full academic potential. The centre provides tutoring assistance, learning strategy and assistive technology support, exam accommodation and alternate-format course materials.
Laurier has a number of academic advising options to help you navigate the postsecondary school system. Undergraduate program advisers, whom you can contact through your program, can help you with course selection, transfer information, graduate options and more. Faculty academic advisers offer general academic advising and support students in general BA/BSc degrees without designation, petitions and clearing probation.
Our Student Awards office is your resource for information on applying for scholarships and bursaries. Need help with OSAP? Our Service Laurier offices on both the Waterloo and Brantford campuses are your one-stop shop for all enrollment services, including registration, scholarships and bursaries.
Our Career Development Centre websites has all the information you need about figuring out your career goals and getting a job ? both before and after you graduate. Visit our Co-operative Education website for information about applying to co-op.
Whether you?re an international or a Canadian student, Laurier International can enhance your international and intercultural skills. Laurier International also manages academic exchanges and other opportunities to travel abroad, such as internships, volunteering, field courses and more.
Our Part-Time and Continuing Education office can give you all the info you need about completing a degree part-time, or taking non-credit courses and certificates.
Laurier offers hundreds of courses online, so whether you want to brush up on your skills, take some special interest courses, or take some online courses as part of your degree, you can find out how through our Online Learning office.
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We support your academic experience with services ranging from improving your math and writing skills to special needs accomodation.