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Academic Support

Academic Difficulty

Many university students experience some form of academic difficulty which may serve as a barrier to the attainment of their goals. Issues include procrastination, time management, exam anxiety, study skills, loss of motivation and problems with concentration. If these or similar issues are adversely affecting your academic work, the Counselling Service is here to help.  

Check out our groups and workshops section for information on offerings covering each of the topics listed above. For individual counselling, please make an appointment.

Vocational Exploration

Vocational and career exploration may assist students not only in the choice of academic and professional direction but also in the development of individual identity and purpose. The Career Planning Service (CaPS) offers individual vocational testing (vocational counselling) as well as the Program for the Advancement of Career Exploration (P.A.C.E.), a workshop series designed to help students explore interests, identify career goals and discover how to make the most of their education.

For more information about P.A.C.E. please refer to our workshop section. For individual testing, please make an appointment with CaPS.



Please note: To access services, you must be currently enrolled and paying the Student Services fee. The fee is automatically charged to the student account of undergraduate students, graduate students and postdoctoral fellows every fall and winter term. Certain other categories of students may opt to pay a fee to use the services.