UofG Departments who Partner with SAS
The Centre for Psychological Services (CPS) is a clinic and training centre committed to providing the highest quality psychological services to children, adolescents, young adults, and families in Guelph-Wellington and the wider community. Note that this is separate from Counselling Services, which offers counselling/therapy to UofG students.
+1-519-824-4120 Ext. 52601
Co-operative Education & Career Services supports, trains and leads students and alumni as they make career and further education planning decisions. Specifically, they provide students with job search skills, assist students to discern career or further education planning, and provide experiential learning and assistance with employment opportunities.
+1-519-824-4120 Ext. 52323
This department has a mandate to provide training and awareness on human rights and equity issues, as well as for promoting accessibility under the Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA), responding to human rights disputes, coordinating employment equity initiatives and fostering educational equity.
+1-519-824-4120 Ext. 53000
This services supports undergraduate and graduate students in developing the skills and strategies they need to learn effectively and achieve their goals. They provide individual appointments, workshops, programs, and resources on: time management and procrastination, studying and preparing for exams, and presentation skills.
Library Accessibility Services (LAS) provides adaptive software, technology access and instruction, study space, and other services designed to help students who are registered with the Student Accessibility Services (SAS) with reading, writing, note-taking and studying.
+1-519-824-4120 Ext. 52312
Program Counsellors can help you with anything that has to do with academic policies including navigating your degree and academic consideration.
If you are applying to residence and have particular needs relating to a disability, please provide that information to Residence Admissions before the application deadline. Beyond this process, Student Housing Services will continue to make every effort to accommodate your needs and ensure barrier-free opportunities to fully participating in the community.
+1-519-824-4120 Ext. 58701
Supported Learning Groups (SLGs) are free online peer-led study groups held on a weekly basis to help students taking historically challenging courses. The sessions are designed for everyone in the class regardless of your comfort with the material, and will give you the opportunity to gain a more in-depth understanding of the course content, meet students from your class in a small online group format, test your knowledge prior to tests and exams, and leave with something to review later. If your course has an associated SLG session, you will be able to access it through your class's CourseLink site.
TAG is a centralized online registry created to help connect University of Guelph students seeking academic assistance in specific subject areas with University of Guelph students who wish to tutor.
Your development as a writer is an ongoing process, whether you are writing your first university paper, completing your doctoral dissertation, or writing a research article for publication. Writing experts are available to help you develop your writing skills – through individual appointments, online resources, workshops, and programs.