Mount Allison provides a number of services to help students with every facet of their academic experience — whether that means extra help with certain classes, accommodations for a disability, or help choosing and registering for courses.
Don’t be shy about asking for help — everyone needs a little extra guidance from time to time and Mount Allison faculty and staff are here to help you succeed.
- The Meighen Centre assists students with disabilities
- The registration helpdesk can help with questions about course registration
- Academic advising is available to assist with choosing the right courses to meet your degree requirements
- The Math Help Centre is a drop-in service for those who need assistance in math
- Librarians at the R.P. Bell Library and the Music Library can help you find the best academic resources for your assignments
- The Academic Support Office has a number of resources available to you including:
- First generation student programming, to support students who are the first in their families to attend a post-secondary institution
- Peer tutors, who can help with course work
- PASS (Peer Assisted Study Sessions) provides help for challenging first-year courses in a group study environment
- Student Success Course, which offers instruction on time management, note taking, and understanding assignment guidelines for students who have had academic difficulty in the fall term
- Study Skills Workshops, which are held throughout the year to help you improve skills like time management and note taking
- The Writing Resource Centre, which can assist with writing in all subject areas
Individual academic departments also offer assistance to students.