Join a Study Group

Sign-up for a Recognized Study Group today by clicking on the link below to access the Study Group Leader's email. Contact them to find out the location of the Study Group. If you click the link and it doesn't open to an email, please right click and select 'Copy Email Address'.


As a participant, you will receive CCR credit after meeting the following requirements: 

  1. Attend a minimum of four study sessions in a semester-long course OR a minimum of eight study sessions in a year-long course
  2. Attend one academic experience with your study group, such as:
    • visiting your instructor or TA's office hours as a group, online
    • attending a relevant SSSC workshop or event as a group, online
    • completing an online or in-person academic skills workshop at the Centre for Student Academic Support (CSAS) as a group, online
    • attending a research appointment with a library staff member as a group, online
    • or coming up with your own group academic experience related to improving study skills - as long as you get it approved by the SSSC in advance
  3. Track your study group participation using the RSG Participant Tracking Sheet and submit this to your study group leader at the end of the term
  4. Complete an online reflection at the end of the course

Please be aware that Recognized Study Groups must follow the academic integrity rules set in class. Do not work together on anything that will be assessed for marks (such as problem sets, lab reports, or assignments). This could be perceived as cheating. Use Recognized Study Groups to review course material and complete practice problems that will not be marked. Get creative as a group - create your own quizzes and games to help each other learn!

The deadline to register as a RSG Participant is Friday February 19th.

Courses

All times listed are EDT or Eastern Time Zone.
NEUR 1202 and 1203 have study groups run by the department and students may not register their own RSG. You may sign up for this one here.

Biochemistry

 

Biology

BIOL and BIOC 2200 are crosslisted (same course, different code). Please see above for RSGs for BIOC/BIOL 2200.

ritagissa [at] cmail.carleton.ca (BIOL 2001 - Fridays 10:00am-11:00am)

BIOL 2104 - Mondays 5:00pm-6:00pm - FULL

jaydenarifpardy [at] cmail.carleton.ca (BIOL 2104 - Wednesdays 9:00am-10:00am)

moobinahfaisal [at] cmail.carleton.ca (BIOL 2104 - Saturdays 10:00am-11:00am)

BIOL 2107 - Fridays 1:00pm-2:00pm - FULL

paigecoulombe [at] cmail.carleton.ca (BIOL 2903 - Thursdays 1:00pm-2:00pm)

Chemistry

 

 

Computer Science

COMP 1006/1406 - Mondays 5:00pm-6:00pm - FULL

 

brucelan [at] cmail.carleton.ca (COMP 2406 - Fridays 1:00pm-2:00pm)

GavinMacnabb [at] cmail.carleton.ca (COMP 2804 - Saturdays 6:00pm-7:30pm)

 

Earth Science

paigecoulombe [at] cmail.carleton.ca (ERTH 2401 - Wednesdays 1:00pm-2:00pm)

 

Environmental Science

 

Food Science

 

Health Sciences

ritagissa [at] cmail.carleton.ca (HLTH 1001 - Fridays 3:00pm-4:00pm)

HLTH 3302 - Tuesdays 10:30am-11:30am - FULL

 

Mathematics

Neuroscience

NEUR 1202 and 1203 have study groups run by the department and students may not register their own RSG. You may sign up for this one here.

Physics

 

Statistics

hannaholdham [at] cmail.carleton.ca (STAT 3504 - Mondays 7:00pm-8:00pm)

Technology, Society, Environment Studies

 

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