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Minister’s Student Advisory Council Update

In September 2016, the Premier directed the Minister of Advanced Education and Skills Development to “establish a permanent Minister’s Student Advisory Council with students from all parts of the post-secondary education system and regions of the province.” We soon learned that the intention of the Ministry was to give one seat each to the Canadian […]

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Get your Taxes filed for free for the 2016 year. Book an appointment today at utsu.ca/tax-clinic
Mar
27

Tax Clinic (2016 year)

University of Toronto Students' Union (UTSU)
Stressed about Final Exams? Want to improve your habits to better prepare for your exams? Come out to this Habits Course by Cole Nakatani! The course encompasses things like stress/energy management, mindfulness, and how to develop healthy study habits. Topics covered include: how habits work, why we have habits, why we have the specific habits that we have, how to change or create new habits and what skills support this process. All of this will related directly to final examination preparation. However, this is far from a traditional lecture. The course is lead by two co-facilitators, and the learning experience is about discovery, engaging conversations, and experimentation. Hope to see you there! Snacks will be provided!
Apr
06

Habits Course: Preparing for Final Exams

University of Toronto Students' Union (UTSU)
Stressed about Final Exams? Want to improve your habits to better prepare for your exams? Come out to this Habits Course by Cole Nakatani! The course encompasses things like stress/energy management, mindfulness, and how to develop healthy study habits. Topics covered include: how habits work, why we have habits, why we have the specific habits that we have, how to change or create new habits and what skills support this process. All of this will related directly to final examination preparation. However, this is far from a traditional lecture. The course is lead by two co-facilitators, and the learning experience is about discovery, engaging conversations, and experimentation. Hope to see you there! Snacks will be provided!
Apr
12

Habits Course: Preparing for Final Exams

University of Toronto Students' Union (UTSU)

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