As the fall academic term comes to an end, the TCSA would like to take the time to wish you the best of luck on your final assignments and exams! Your relaxing holiday is just around the corner, but remember, you need to wrap up your courses before you wrap up your presents!
In case you need a little help along the way, make sure to take advantage of the supports and services Trent has to offer. We also invite you to participate in the many (free!) TCSA Exam De-Stress events we have planned from December 7-9, including exam care packs, massages, and therapy dogs. For your convenience, exam and service information from the Trent University website is listed below. Good luck and happy holidays!
The December 2015 exam period runs from Thursday, December 10 to Tuesday, December 22, inclusive. In the event of inclement weather, exams may be cancelled and will be rescheduled to December 22, 2015; therefore, we strongly recommend that you do not make any travel arrangements prior to that date.
There are two types of undergraduate exam conflicts:
- Two or more exams at the same time (having two in one day is not considered a conflict)
- Three exams on the same calendar day. (Note: a calendar day is defined as 00:00-24:00 for exam purposes)
In the event of a conflict, please reach out to the academic department to arrange for an alternative writing date for one of the exams.
Student Accessibility Services
Students requesting exam support on the basis of a previously documented disability (special need) are advised to sign up with the Student Accessibility Services (SAS) at Blackburn Hall, suite 132 to ensure exam accommodation. Please go to mySupports (in your myTrent) to sign up for SAS exams.
Please note that two weeks’ notice is required for any exam booking with Student Accessibility Services (SAS) Durham. Those requesting SAS support for Trent University Durham can contact: [email protected]
Academic Skills Center
The Academic Skills Centre offers in-person and online instruction in writing and study skills to all Trent students.
Bring us your work and ask us questions about:
– Grammar and composition
-Critical reading and thinking
-Research and citation
– Time management
-Listening and note-taking
– Oral presentations
– Exam preparation
– Science writing and laboratory reports
Book an appointment: www.trentu.ca/sep
Monday 1-3PM at Gzowski College Office (Sign-up begins at 1pm in GC)
(Sign up begins at 12:45PM in OC, CC, LEC)
Tuesday 1-3PM at Otonabee College Office
Wednesday 1-3PM at Champlain College Office
Thursday 1-3PM at Lady Eaton College Office
Friday 1-3PM at Otonabee College Office
The Trent University Counselling Centre provides personal counselling services to full- and part-time undergraduate and graduate students. The Counselling Centre acknowledges and celebrates the strengths and fragility of the human spirit. We are committed to providing services that respect the dignity and value of all people inclusive of age, gender, ethnicity, physical qualities, sexual identity, and ability.
Appointments can be made by calling 705-748-1386 between 9AM and 4PM, Monday through Friday. Please note that we do not schedule appointments by e-mail. Counselling sessions are normally one-hour long and can be fitted to your class schedule. In the event of a crisis, students can be seen on an emergency basis.