Innis’s weekly co-working group, Association for Students Against Procrastination (ASAP), is back on Friday afternoons this fall — in person and online. Hosted by an academic peer mentor, ASAP offers you structure and accountability to get your work done. Sessions include two hours of quiet study with breaks, followed by tips and tricks to reduce procrastination and prompts to set goals for the week.
Your learning strategist, Meghan Litteljohn (shown above), also offers individualized academic coaching focused on strategies that build on your strengths. She can support you with a range of topics, including the transition to university, navigating online learning, reading, note-taking, effective study habits, assignment planning, time management, motivation, focus, and ways to manage procrastination and academic stress.