Faculty mentoring centres

Faculty of Arts

Faculty of Arts

In addition to offering support and advice of all kinds, student mentors at the Faculty of Arts help students adjust to university life and reach their personal, academic and professional goals. They also help students develop efficient study skills and techniques in stress and time management. The Arts’ Mentoring Centre offers individualized support, workshops, study groups, and is home to a special tutoring service for first–year philosophy courses.

 

Where?

Simard Hall
60 University Private, Room 125B

(building code: SMD)

 

Contact

Website: Faculty of Arts Mentoring Centre
Telephone: 613-562-5800, ext. 2687
Email: arts.mentor@uOttawa.ca
Coordinator: Étienne Pépin
Faculty of Education

Faculty of Education:

The Student Mentoring Center of the Faculty of Education is a service of peer support and collaboration "by and for" undergraduate students. Its primary goal is to facilitate harmonious transition and adaptation in academia, for both academic and professional streams.

 

Where?

Lamoureux Hall

145 Jean-Jacques Lussier Private, room 247

(Building Code:  LMX)

Website: http://education.uottawa.ca/fr/programme-mentorat-formation-lenseignement

 

Contact

email : edu.mentors@uOttawa.ca

Coordonnator: Gilles Laperrière

Faculty of Engineering

Faculty of Engineering

Student mentors at the Faculty of Engineering concentrate on the first year transition period primarily through study groups (level 1000 courses) and on–line support.

 

Where?

School of Information Technology and Engineering (SITE)
800 King Edward Avenue, room 2040
(Building code: STE)

 

Contact

Website: The Workshop - The Engineering and Computer Science Mentoring Centre
Telephone: 613-562-5800, ext. 3372
Email: engineering.mentor@uOttawa.ca
Coordinator: Andrew Sowinski
Faculty of Law- Civil Law Section

Faculty of Law- Civil Law Section:

The Student Mentoring Center of the Faculty of Law-Civil Law Section work individually or in groups with students to help them adopt learning strategies and acquire the work habits necessary for academic, personal, and professional success. They are also there to help students define their goals and use other services that can contribute to their success at university.

 

Where?

Fauteux Hall

57 Louis-Pasteur Street, Room 217A

(Building Code:  FTX)

 

Contact

Email: mentorat.droitcivil@uOttawa.ca

Website: https://droitcivil.uottawa.ca/en/news/decouvrez-programme-tutorat-section-droit-civil

Coordinator: Audrey Ferron-Papayre

N.B. The Civil Law program is only available in French

Faculty of Health Sciences

Faculty of Health Sciences

Student mentors at the Faculty of Health Sciences promote academic excellence and a sense of belonging to a professional community. The program is tailored to ease the transition to university and faculty life through individualized support, study groups for the ANP anatomy courses and a special Website on Virtual Campus for ANP, APA 1313 and APA1713 courses.

Where?

Montpetit Hall, 125 University, room 238
(Building code: MNT)
Roger–Guindon Hall, 451 Smyth Road, room 2042
(Building code: RGN)

Contact

Website:mentoring at the Faculty of Health Sciences
Telephone:613-562–5800, ext. 4937
Email:mentors@health.uOttawa.ca
Coordinator:Suzanne Biagé
Faculty of Medicine

Faculty of Medicine

The Faculty of Medicine Student Mentoring Centre offers individualized support and resources aimed towards developing academic skills, time and stress management techniques as well as content specific guidance. Student mentors are trained to work with students to help them develop learning strategies, and habits needed for their personal, professional and academic development. They are also there to help students define their goals and use other services that can contribute to their success in the MD program.

 

Where?

Roger-Guindon library, room 1020H
(Building code: RGN)

 

Contact

Website: mentoring for the Faculty of Medicine
Telephone: 613 562–5800, ext. 8136
Email: medaca@uOttawa.ca
Coordinator: Adina Rachiteanu
Faculty of Science

Faculty of Science

Student mentors at the Faculty of Science focus on the integration to university life, the development of study skills, the preparation and writing of lab reports, and career orientation.

 

Where?

Gendron Hall, 30 Marie–Curie, room 074
(Building code: GNN)

 

Contact

Website: mentoring at the Faculty of Science (Science Buddies)
Telephone: 613-562–5800, ext. 6003
Email: alain.st-amant@uOttawa.ca
Coordinator: Alain Saint-Amant
Faculty of Social Sciences

Faculty of Social Sciences

The student mentors at the Faculty of Social Sciences help you adjust to university life and reach your personal and academic goals, whatever your program and year of studies. They help you develop efficient study skills and techniques for stress and time management. Mentors are experienced students trained to provide the right answers to your questions. The Social Sciences Mentoring Centre offers workshops and individual support, and also has computer terminals.

 

Where?

Social Sciences Building, 120 University Street, Room 3023
(Building code: FSS)

 

Contact

Website: mentoring at the Faculty of Social Sciences
Telephone: 613 562–5800, ext. 2533
Email: fssmento@uOttawa.ca
Coordinator Corey MacDonald
Telfer School of Management

Telfer School of Management

The Telfer School of Management’s Peer Mentoring Program promotes academic excellence while providing support focused on easing the transition to university life and faculty culture, and on building a strong commitment to the program of studies.

Where?

Desmarais Building, 55 Laurier Avenue East, 2118
(Building code: DMS)

Contact

Website:Telfer School of Management Peer Mentoring Program
Telephone:613-562–5800, ext. 4661
Email:mentor@telfer.uOttawa.ca
Coordinator:Matthew Archibald
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