Academic Success Program
Schulich Law’s Academic Success Program matches first-year students with upper-year volunteers who provide guidance on study skills and learning strategies. The program is not intended to duplicate or be a substitute for the formal academic instruction that occurs in class and through discussions with faculty members, but to supplement this instruction through a more structured approach to learning strategies.
Peer academic mentors have demonstrated academic excellence, and have excellent communication skills and a desire to assist first-year students and to contribute to the law school community.
Interested in being matched to a peer mentor? Please contact Tatiana Neklioudova in the Associate Dean’s Office at firstname.lastname@example.org
In addition to the one-on-one support which is the main component of the program, peer academic mentors will put on one Academic Success group session in the fall term of 2017, and one more in the winter term of 2018. These sessions will cover topics such as learning from lectures, study skills and exam strategies, and will be open to any student to attend.
The first group session "Law School Basics" is offered by the peer mentors on Friday, September 22, 3:00-4:30 pm, Room 105.
The second session "Exam Tips" is offered by the peer mentors on Friday, November 24, 3:00-4:30 pm, Room 105.
The third session "Revamping your Study Strategies" is offered by the peer mentors on Tuesday, January 16, 12:30-1:30 pm, Room 105.