CSL Coordinators are here to assist you. If your answers are not found within these FAQs please go to the Staff Listing page for the appropriate contact.
How you arrive to your placement is up to you. Google Maps is a great resource. Click on “Get directions” and type your address in 'A' and the placement address in 'B' and you will get detailed driving, public transit, biking, and walking directions. Grand River Transit has a useful website and hard copy maps (available for $2.00 in the Student Life Centre).
Contact Health Services at Laurier. The TB (tuberculosis) test is a 2-step process; each step is $10 at Health Services. The first step can be completed on a Monday, Tuesday, or Wednesday. The second step is completed 2 days later.
You may find your own placement as long as the placement you have found fits the following criteria found here. After signing in as a student at www.wlu.ca/csl, click on the grey box that says: “Found your own placement? Let us know here” and input all details required so we have a record of where you are this semester. We will be in regular contact with your supervisor throughout the semester to ensure all is going well with your placement.
If you did not hand in your form to the CSL Co-ordinators during their introduction to CSL (in your first class), you can drop your form off at our Centre. If someone is not in the office, please slip it under the door.
After signing in as a student at www.wlu.ca/csl, click “Review or change your placement” on the left hand side. It will walk you through the steps to formally drop your first placement. You may then search for a new placement.
If you are registered with the Accessible Learning Centre, please let one of the coordinators know as soon as the semester begins. We will help accommodate your needs, and work with your course instructor if an alternative assignment is required.