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Leadership, Clubs, Student Society and Governance, Athletics, Residence Life and More!

Familiarize yourself with Exceptional Opportunities for Involvement on Campus

Leadership, Clubs, Student Society and Governance, Athletics, Residence Life and More!

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Blueprints for Student Success in Colleges and Universities 2014

When thinking about the services, supports and co-curriculars that will support your development and define your blueprint consider...

What initiatives and programs you wish to participate in?

Who will you engage with during your time at college/university?

How will you get involved?

How do the pieces fit together to support your success?

Blueprints include your interactions and relationships with college and university staff, advisors, counsellors, faculty and peers; and the people you get to know through study groups, learning skills workshops/programs, co-ops and internships, leadership opportunities, peer helper programs, employment on campus, living in residence, student government, clubs and sports.

This section of the website features two key types of videos, those that feature existing initiatives and programs at colleges and universities and student experience videos documenting the various ways to frame your educational blueprint.

Does sharing your student experience sound like something you'd be interested in? If so, send us your video and

you could be featured on the website!

Get Started

YU Start

The University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is excited to meet incoming students during the summer Get Started academic orientation program. At Get Started, students learn the tips and tricks to be successful in university, meet with staff and faculty to hear more about the range of services and opportunities available on campus, and work with senior student Get Started coaches to plan their year ahead.

The University of Toronto Scarborough is the producer and owner of all content. You can learn more about Get Started at: http://www.utsc.utoronto.ca/aacc/get-started-program.

AC Hub

YU Start is a new student transition program designed to support students as they begin their first year at York University. During this transitional program students enroll in their first year courses, connect with fellow classmates, student leaders, faculty members and student services staff, and become more familiar with campus life, supports and available resources. Check out the 'Yu Start Invitation' video students receive after they enroll online into their first year courses to invite them to join the online learning community.

York University is the producer and owner of all content. You can learn more about YU Start at https://yorku.collegiatelink.net/organization/YUSTART/about.

Peer Mentors

The AC Hub is an inspiring, contemporary environment that fosters collaboration, creativity, and opportunities. The AC Hub encourages all students to become an integral part of the College's community. As an open concept, industrial space, the AC Hub offers mobile workstations, interactive pods, and innovative technology that features floor to ceiling windows, soft seating, movable furniture, and an idea bar. Our philosophy is to create a space that unleashes your passion and ignites forward thinking.

Algonquin College is the producer and owner of all content. You can learn more about their services at algonquincollege.com/achub.

At the University of British Columbia’s Okanagan campus, all New-to-UBC undergraduate students are paired with a Peer Mentor. This year, the Peer Mentors were intentionally woven into the Create New Student Orientation program. Learn more about how this new partnership between existing programs has created connections to better support students through their transition to postsecondary education.

The University of British Columbia Okanagan is the producer and owner of all content. You can learn more about their services at http://students.ok.ubc.ca/newtoubc/fye.html.