Accessible Learning Services information session

tips: transitioning indigenous post-secondary students
Aug 10

Accessible Learning Services info session

Accessible Learning Services works in collaboration with students, faculty and support staff. Together, we identify and implement strategies to ensure that all students can have an equal opportunity to achieve their educational goals. Services are available to students at all campuses. Come and learn about the supports and services offered by ALS.

What is T.I.P.S.?

T.I.P.S (Transitioning Indigenous Post-secondary Students) is a program designed for students who are transitioning to College from High School or from the workplace. Students who attend any of our workshops will develop skills and strategies to adjust to student life and be successful at College. We encourage students to register for August sessions as well, join us for Transition sessions that are designated “Family & Friends Welcomed” events. We understand your journey is a community effort. Our goal is for students’ family and friends to feel included and involved in their educational experience while assisting in career choices and academic planning for a strong future.

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