New collection of resources supports AU learners
Athabasca University (AU) learners, experienced or new, can find something helpful in a new collection of online resources compiled by our Counselling Services team.
Counsellor Connie Covey said the new collection is intended to make it easier for learners to navigate their educational journey at AU, from start to finish.
“Athabasca University is committed to transforming the lives of our learners, and we want to support them every step of the way,” she said. “These resources have been designed to help learners adequately prepare for university-level learning and achieve their goals with AU.”
New learners and returning learners can check the “Am I Ready?” section for important information to help make sure they’re ready for university-level courses, ready to learn online, or ready to study several courses at the same time.
Experienced learners who are looking to improve study skills, better manage their time, and overcome exam anxiety should take a look at the “Learner Success” category.
“These resources have been designed to help learners adequately prepare for university-level learning and achieve their goals with AU.”– Connie Covey, Counsellor, Athabasca University
All learners can benefit from the “Education & Career Planning” section, which includes helpful information about finding the right path for you.
On this page you will also find information about our Wellness Support Programs to support you with your mental and wellness needs, which is delivered in partnership with Homewood Health.
AU Counselling Services is here to support our learners while they study with us. If you would like to discuss these resources further with an AU Counsellor, you can schedule an appointment and we’ll be happy to help.
You can find the collection of resources, and other helpful information, at http://counselling.athabascau.ca.