Faculty, Instructors, and Student Advisors
The U of A Student Success Centre works with university faculty offices, individual instructors, and undergraduate/graduate advisors to connect students with professional academic support. Below are are some of the ways that you can connect your students with our services:
If you have a student who is struggling academically or asking for help with academic skills, refer them to the U of A Student Success Centre. We assist undergraduate, graduate, and postdoctoral students at all achievement levels and in all programs on campus, whether they are struggling academically, worried about a particular academic skill, or simply wondering how to take their academic performance further.
We have developed a campus academic resource to help you decide which academic support you should refer students to. Check out "Where Do You Send Students for Academic Help?"
Please note that we are not subject-specific tutors. For subject-specific help, check the Students’ Union Tutor Registry or Math and Applied Sciences Resources (MASC).
- Add a link to the Student Success Centre (www.studentsuccess.ualberta.ca) on your website
- Share Student Success Centre resources (e.g., workshop schedules, postcards, posters) on your bulletin boards, front counters, etc. (please contact our office to request these materials)
- Add our information to your course outlines and eClass sites
- Include information about our services in your orientation programming and staff training
- Invite us to speak with your staff/faculty about our services
- Follow us on twitter or sign up for our email news
Subsidized and Customized Instruction/Support
- If you are interested in subsidizing student use of our services, please contact our office.
- We present to campus student groups at all levels of study and in all programs on a wide range of academic skills. Read more here about our customized instruction.
Required Participation in Student Success Centre Services
Some programs/faculties may require students to complete specific Student Success Centre workshops, online non-credit eClass courses, or individual appointments as part of academic probation, academic warning, or the outcome of disciplinary action. If students are completing such requirements, we are able to report their activity completion to a faculty office/advisor. Please contact our office to discuss these options. Note that students are responsible for requesting that we release their personal information and completing required paperwork by specific deadlines.
Please contact our office by phone at 780-492-2682 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or would like to discuss details about how to connect your students with our services.