Back on Track
Back on Track (BOT) is a support program offered in the fall semester to assist with the transition to university life, focused primarily on those who failed two or more midterm exams during their first semester on campus. Students who opt-in to the program are matched with a mentor who works with them one-on-one and provides assistance with problem-solving, goal-setting, referrals and encouragement.
Back on Track will offer support to new students from October 15 to December 1, 2012.
If you are looking for support in the Winter (January to March, 2013) visit: the Bounce Back Program.
No matter what courses you're taking, you can register for this program. We are particularly watching out for students in core introductory courses such as: Biology 1030, Biology 1070, Biology 1080, Biology 1090, Chemistry 1040, Physics 1070, Math 1080, Psychology 1100, Psychology 1200, Economics 1050 and Economics 1100.
If you are not sure if Back on Track is the right program for you, please feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We'd love to hear from you. We're here to help all students with the transition to university, so send us a message and let us know how things are going!
Here is how the program works:
1. Express your interest online. You can opt-out at any time. Please click here to sign up.
2. We will contact you to set up a meeting.
3. Stay in touch with your Back on Track Facilitator, an upper year student who will offer support and assistance with problem-solving and goal-setting.
4. Keep track of your progress towards the goal you set for yourself.
5. We believe that by the end of the semester you will have significantly improved your marks.
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