Learning Resources and Services
Our learning strategist can help you develop strategies to improve your academic functioning based on your strengths and learning preferences. Strategies may include reading, note-taking, assignment planning, time management, motivation, memory and concentration, as well as ways to manage procrastination, anxiety and stress.
Vic’s writing instructors help you develop your capacity to plan, organize, write and revise your essays, reviews, lab reports, case studies and other academic papers. They will go over your work, and help you gain your own skills in writing, revising and editing. Go to our Writing Centre page to book an appointment.
From Career Chats and Mindful Moments to resources that help you do your best learning, you’ll find support to stay motivated, focused and connected. See the list of events and register through The Career Learning Network.
Our On-Location Accessibility Advisor aims to break down barriers in registering and accessing services at U of T.
We encourage you to register with Accessibility Services if you identify with any of the following disability categories:
- Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
- Autism Spectrum Disorder
- Brain Injury or Concussion
- Chronic Health Issues (for example, Bowel Diseases, Epilepsy, Migraines)
- Deaf / Hard of Hearing
- Learning Disability
- Mental Health – both permanent and temporary (for example, anxiety, depression, schizophrenia, disordered eating)
- Mobility / Functional Issues
- Low Vision / Legally Blind
- Temporary Issues (for example, Broken limbs)
Academic accommodations are arranged through Accessibility Services. Contact Accessibility Services as soon as you are accepted to U of T to arrange for accommodations prior to the start of classes.
Looking at future career and educational opportunities? Individual appointments are available. For more information, see the Vic Careers and Transition Out Quercus page and Career Education and Exploration.