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Dear Students,

We would like to inform you about the Faculty of Arts & Science Recognized Study Group (RSG) program, and to make you aware of the resources you can find in the Sidney Smith Commons. Both initiatives are led by students with guidance from the Office of the Faculty Registrar’s Student Success team.

The Recognized Study Group program is a course-based peer led study group for undergraduate students in Arts & Sciences courses. The Recognized Study Group Program teaches students collaborative learning techniques and assists students with forming study groups in Arts & Science courses.  After much success running the program in 100 and 200 level courses last year, we have expanded in 2019-2020 to include all Arts & Science courses.

Study groups start meeting as soon as possible at the beginning of the term (there usually needs to be one leader and several participants recruited for the group to be effective).  The deadline dates to lead or join a study group for F and Y courses are posted online at: Recognized Study Groups

Benefits to leading or joining a study group:

  • Guaranteed regular study time
  • A better understanding of material by working with peers
  • Meet people in the course/program
  • Gain valuable and transferable skills
  • Access to Faculty of Arts and Science resources and supports
  • Receive Co-Curricular credit

Sidney Smith Commons on the first floor of Sidney Smith Hall is a student-driven community space with:

  • Study space with technology to support your learning
  • Student activities, workshops & events
  • Bookable space for activities and group work
  • Peer-led coaching sessions
  • Study groups

Monday – Thursday 10am-10 pm | Friday 10am-7pm

Learn more by visiting: Sidney Smith Commons

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