Mount Allison provides a host of academic resources to help with your transition to university.

Whatever your need, you will find uniquely personal programs or services with one-on-one support to make your university experience a success.

Mount Allison students in the Meighen Centre for Learning Assistance and Research.Academic advising

  • Course selection and course load
  • Degree audits and program planning
  • Clarification of academic requirements, policies, and procedures
  • For more information, see academic advising

Academic support services

  • The Math Help Centre — a drop-in service for those who need assistance in math
  • The Academic Support Office — has a number of resources available to you including:
    • first generation student programming
    • peer tutors
    • student success course
    • study skills workshops
    • the Writing Resource Centre
    • PASS (Peer Assisted Study Sessions)
    • For more information, visit academic assistance

The Meighen Centre

  • Services for students with all types of disabilities, including learning disabilities and accessibility services
  • Academic support, such as adaptive software, note taking, peer tutors, writing assistance, and proofreading
  • Personal, financial, academic, and career counselling
  • For more information, visit the Meighen Centre

Academic support in residence

  • Academic mentors — as part of the residence leadership team, academic mentors are upper-year students who offer academic support and mentorship to first-year students within their assigned residence
  • For more information, visit residence leadership team

We also offer student resources to support your mental, physical, and spiritual well-being such as career advising, counselling services, on-campus employment, etc. To find out more, see campus resources.