BY: TATYANA SOHAN-FAGAN
Colleges offer a lot of resources to help students live healthier. Colleges want students to succeed. Whether you’re looking for help with an assignment or any extra motivation, Cherise Clarke a student in Sheridan’s Creative Writing and Publishing program finds the college resourceful with what they have to offer.
Sometimes it’s tempting to study in your room. Try to go to the library. Most libraries have a wide range of study spaces. If you’re working on a research assignment, the library is a one-stop shop for all the information you could need. If you aren’t sure where to start the librarians be more than happy to help narrow down your search and direct you to useful resources.
2. Academic Advising
Selecting courses and meeting graduation requirements might seem hard. But an academic advisor can help you make your first decisions. Get to know these advisors by scheduling meetings with them throughout the year. They have deep insight into courses and opportunities on campus and they know you better.
3. Tutoring Centre
At some point, everyone will struggle with a class. But the school’s tutoring can make a difference. If you’re not sure where to go, check the academic
4. Learning Commons
Sheridan has the Learning Commons, a great area for group work and studying. In the middle of the Learning
Exercise is one of the best ways to relieve stress and unwind. At the beginning of each semester, check the class listing and find out which classes fit into your weekly schedule. Since colleges understand students’ demanding schedules, Sheridan’s gym is open from 7:00am to 10:00pm. Take the time out to unwind.