From November 21-25, Student Life will be leading #EXAMREADYUOFT with tips and resources to help you prep for exams and end-of-term assignments.
Look out for FREE study kits, events, Facebook Live coaching sessions, workshops and other opportunities to help you prep and de-stress — plus, amazing Instagram giveaways at @uoftstudentlife.
Visit Student Life Exam Ready for more information and for the full list of events this week!
The U of T IEEE Student Branch is hosting an Altium workshop on Nov. 23, 2022, to learn about the fundamentals of Altium.
Join this beginner-friendly workshop to be introduced to Altium, an industry-standard PCB design software.
The U of T Engineering Skule™ Mental Health Town Hall is a safe space to give feedback about mental health support and have an open discussion about mental health within the Skule™ community. Food will be provided!
The U of T Engineering Mental Health Programs Officer will be there to provide support and resources.
Learn more about the Skule™ Mental Wellness Town Hall. No registration is required!
For any questions, feel free to reach out to @skulementalwellness on Instagram or firstname.lastname@example.org by email.
Ready, set, go… Exams are fast approaching; how do I prepare?
In this one-hour interactive workshop, you will develop the skills associated with improving your exam performance. With the help of your Engineering Learning Strategist and Health and Wellness counsellor, you will develop preparation strategies, learn study techniques, and ways to manage test anxiety as you enter exam season.
Learn more about the ACE Learning Skills Program and find out about other upcoming workshops here.
Take a study break and play board games with friends! The Engineering & Computer Science Library has a new board game collection including Sushi GO!, Love Letters, Gloom, Timeline and One Night Wereworlf.
All experience levels are welcome!
Do you run out of time during tests or exams? Would you like to de-stress, receive guidance from upper-year mentors, and get more comfortable before exam season?
Then, Come to “Tackle the Exam Centre” on November 28th from 6:15 to 7:30 pm at EX100 on 255 McCaul Street hosted by engSuccess!
Please bring any practice questions you would like to do (we will provide some if you do not have any!) and participate in our mock exam. We will also go over some helpful tips and be offering FREE FOOD.
The Skule Financial Literacy Club and the Chemical Engineering Club have partnered up for the “Funding you Mental Healthcare” event!
This seminar will give students all the information and resources on how to maximize student aid for mental health resources, together with personal experience from SFLC’s Co-President Muskan. The new Mental Health Programs Officer will also be there as a speaker to provide advice on how to effectively deal with new challenges.
Are you a queer student in Skule™? QueerSphere wants to hear your voice!
QueerSphere is hosting a Queer Town Hall, supported by the UTSU Student Initiative Fund, to discuss 2SLGBTQIA+ and EDI issues at U of T Engineering and campus on Nov. 29th from 5:30 to 7:00 PM in BA1220 and on Zoom. The event will be hybrid and in-person attendees will be provided food. Feel free to pop in for part of the event or stay for the whole time!
Register to attend the Town Hall
Give us your feedback and questions on the topics that will be discussed through this anonymous form.
Image from @queer_sphere_uoft on Instagram.
All U of T Engineering students can access free flu vaccines on December 1. This is being run by the Discovery Pharmacy and is thanks to a partnership with the Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy.
The clinic will run from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. in Bahen Centre. Appointments are not necessary but are encouraged. Walk-ins will be accepted. Please make sure to bring one piece of government-issued ID.
The Skule™ Choir will perform their Winter Concert at Hart House East Common Room.
Everyone is invited to attend and get in the festive mood! Admission is free with a TCard or $5 for guests without a TCard.