Learning Support

Whether you're an undergraduate or a graduate student, a high-achieving student looking for scholarship opportunities or just looking to improve academic performance, we have advisors ready to assist you and programming tailored for your specific needs.


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AI handbook

Do you have questions about academic integrity?

The Student Success Centre offers resources that can help.  Join us for a workshop or download the Academic Integrity Handbook.

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Student Studying

Looking to improve your comprehension and academic performance?

Attend free, organized study groups for PASS designated courses. PASS leaders can help you with course content through directed group discussion in a course-specific context.

Find out more about PASS

Contact Info

Taylor Family Digital Library, 3rd Floor

Hours of operation:
Monday - Friday
9 a.m. - 4 p.m.

General inquiries and appointments:
403-220-5881
success@ucalgary.ca


Academic Development Specialists

Our academic development specialists provide advising sessions on personalized academic planning and learning support to help you achieve your academic goals.

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Academic Turnaround

Have you been required to withdraw from your faculty and are looking for a way to stay at UCalgary, get back in good academic standing, and complete a degree? We want to help get you back on track!

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Dinos Student Athlete Advising

Take your academic performance to the next level by working with our academic coaches and tutors. We understand your unique needs as student-athletes and we provide customized support. 

Find out more about Dinos student athlete advising

First Year Scholars

The First Year Scholars program connects the top incoming students with a community of high-achieving peers across all disciplines. We provide resources and advising to support students’ academic goals while they are at the University of Calgary and beyond.

Find out more about the First Year Scholars Program

Success Seminars

Success Seminars will provide you with the advanced academic strategies and study skills you need to ease your university transition or increase your success here at the University of Calgary.

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Scholars Academy

The role of Scholars Academy is to extend the potential of undergraduate students with exceptional leadership capabilities, intellectual curiosity, and strong commitments to our local and global communities.

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First in Family Resources

Post-secondary studies are an exciting and extraordinary milestone. For students who don't have parents or family members who have previously attended university, having some guidance from someone who has been there before can be especially helpful.

Learn more about first in family supports

PASS Program

Improve your comprehension and academic performance by attending free, organized study groups for PASS designated courses. Through supplemental instruction, PASS Leaders can help you with course content through directed group discussion in a course-specific context.

Find out more about the PASS Program

Academic Integrity Resources

Have questions about academic integrity and avoiding plagiarism? The Student Success Centre offers resources that can help.

Find out more about Academic Integrity


Learning Support Resources

Our learning support resource pages offer a variety of blogs, worksheets, tip sheets, and videos based on the topics students ask about most frequently. 

Time Management

We know staying on top of everything takes a variety of strategies. Everyone’s time management needs are unique, so you may want to try a few different combinations of techniques to help you figure out the best way to meet your needs.  

Time Management Resource Page

Study Skills

One of the exciting aspects of university is having more freedom over when and how you study. This is a great opportunity for you to learn how you learn best! Choosing the right study strategy depends on the classes you’re in and your own needs as a learner. 

Study Skills Resource Page

Studying with Others

Working with others is a common component of many university classes. This can include things like group projects, formal study groups, or simply asking a classmate about a missed lecture. Connecting with peers, teaching assistants, and professors is a great opportunity to get the most out of your university experience.  

Studying with Others Resource Page