Academic Resources & Supports

Accepted Students

Academic Advising

An Academic Advisor can give you feedback on your course selection and timetable.  He/she can also help you with academic appeals and other issues. Appointments can be held by email, Zoom or phone.

To make an appointment to speak with an Advisor, email or phone 204.779.UWIN (8946). 

You can also request feedback from an Advisor through the "Student Planning" online tool. 

For more information, please visit the Academic Advising website.

Study Skills Workshops

This series of nine FREE one-hour workshops covers a variety of valuable skills, such as note-taking, essay-writing, and how to do research.  The series is typically offered in September and again in January.

Visit Study Skills for specific topics, dates, times.  

“Introduction to University”

This three (3) credit hour course covers practical strategies for reading texts, taking notes, getting the most out of lectures, studying for exams and writing term papers. This course is great for new students who want to prepare for university studies and current students who wish to develop and improve their study skills. For a course description and other details, search for MULT-1000(3) (Multidisciplinary dept) in WebAdvisor/Student Planning.

Tutoring and Part-time Courses

If you are having difficulty with course material, consider using The Tutoring Centre.  The centre offers peer tutors for first year Math and Science and for Writing.

Tutoring for international students is available in a variety of subjects and in English or several other languages.  See International Tutor Program.

If you need to improve your English language skills, consider taking a course part-time through the English Language Program on campus.  See Part-time English Language Program.

Other Student Services

Visit Student Services on the website to find a comprehensive list of services.