The Academic Skills Centre is running a wide range of workshops available to all students in Term 3, and since we’re in Level 1, this time they will be on-site and in person!
Call in to our office to collect the Term 3 schedule (Level 3, Puaka-James Hight Library), or visit our website to enrol and take the next step towards improving your writing, your time management, or your English language skills, to name just a few.
We look forward to seeing you. For more information visit www.canterbury.ac.nz/support/asc/services/current/
Want to ace your exams? Check out these top study tips from your UCSA Finance & Engagement Officer Jack Whittam, Equity & Wellbeing Rep Georgie Dibble, and Te Akatoki Rep Tamahou Thoms (Tamahou is also a tutor at Aotahi School of Māori and Indigenous studies).
Their tips cover everything from setting up your study space, to figuring out your learning style , to giving yourself a break!
You may have noticed some adorable fluffy friends around campus this week! The UniLife team has “hidden” unicorns throughout the campus to bring a smile to your face and promote our awesome programme. These UniLife unicorns are looking for homes, but there’s a catch – you must be a first year student who is not living in the halls. If you fit this criteria, the unicorns and UniLife are for you!
So what is UniLife?
UniLife is an AMAZING programme that connects first year students who aren’t living in the halls. We are here to support you and help you have the best 2020 possible! With mentoring, free food and plenty of free events (Pole fitness, anyone? Escape rooms? Quiz nights?), UniLife supports all aspects of your wellbeing while protecting your bank account. Whether you want to make some friends, learn how to study smarter or will come to anything with free food – UniLife has your back!
Sign up here (or scan the QR code on the unicorns) and fill in an application form. It’s that simple! And don’t forget to find yourself a unicorn buddy!