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Food Security

Guide for resources dealing with food security around the world.

University Library Help

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Grad Help

Grad Help is a guide that explores: 

  • The thesis/dissertation process 
  • Graduate-level procrastination 
  • Academic integrity and intellectual property rights 
  • Attending conferences 
  • Student-supervisor relationships 
  • Critical reading for graduate studies 
  • Graduate-level writing 
  • Applying for grad school 
  • Additional supports 

 

Academic Help

Focusing on the development of learning resources and programs, Student Learning Services collaborates with students in both undergraduate and graduate programs, other student service units, and academic departments across our campus.

Writing Help

We offer all U Sask students free, one-to-one help at any stage of the writing process, both online and in person.

Math and Stats Help

Our service is free of charge to all current students for help with U Sask courses.

Study Skills Help

Your study skills and strategies will evolve during your studies. The natural curiosity that comes with being a student, your desire for academic success, and the occasional stumbling block or challenge will motivate and empower you to grow as a learner. Learning about oneself can be an exciting journey and well worth the investment!

Peer Assisted Learning (PAL) Program

A Peer Assisted Learning (PAL) Peer Mentor is an academically strong undergraduate student who participates in developing and delivering learning support programs that encourage and support students in their academic pursuits.