At CapU, we provide various learning supports for our students, including practical advice, workshops and individual assistance with study skills and academic writing.

Learning resources for CapU students:

Other Learning Support Services

Student Digital Ambassadors

The Student Digital Ambassadors provide peer-to-peer support for students navigating the online environment and the educational technology tools used at CapU.

If you need help with eLearn and uploading an assignment, or using Microsoft Teams or WebEx for a presentation, or creating a video in Kaltura reach out to one of our Student Digital Ambassadors.

Ambassadors are available virtually Monday to Saturday, 12 p.m. to 6 p.m. via Microsoft Teams.

Counselling Services

Counselling Services offer a free and confidential appointment and drop-in services, to enrolled students. Counsellors can help with many personal issues.

Accessibility Services (formerly Disability Services)

Accessibility Services is the point of entry for students with disabilities who are enrolling in regular University courses and programs. They can provide support to students by arranging for a variety of classroom accommodations and offering other services, including assistance with accessing external funding for services and equipment.

Indigenous Services

Indigenous Services offers support through an Indigenous Student Advisor and an Indigenous Liaison Officer; assisting students with course selection, registration, and personal matters. They also liaise with First Nations Band Education officers and University instructors.

Learning Specialist Services

The Learning Specialist provides individual assistance to students with specific academic concerns and difficulties. Contact Learning Support to book an appointment.