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Student Learning Centre

The Student Learning Centre (SLC) is a new initiative at Heritage, the purpose of which is to equip students for the rigours of postsecondary education. The SLC offers a number of free services, including seminars on writing skills, research, time management and exam preparation. Targeted help is also available during drop-in hours as well as in focused study groups (e.g., Greek Grammar). College and Seminary students are encouraged to make use of these services. The SLC is located in the Academic Building, right next to the Library and the Seminary Lounge.

Our Student Learning Centre Team

Jordan Senécal

Student Learning Centre Coordinator

Jordan is currently pursuing a Master of Theological Studies (MTS) in the Seminary in hopes of moving on to a doctorate in the future and teaching at the Seminary level. He has earned a Bachelor of Religious Education from Master’s College and Seminary in Peterborough, ON, as well as a Diploma of Collegial Studies (DCS/DEC) in Mechanical Engineering Tech. at Dawson College in Montreal, QC. Jordan has extensive experience in helping students, having served prior in the Academic Success Centre at Master’s College and Seminary. With plans on being an author in the future, formatting and writing have become somewhat of a preoccupation to him, so he is thrilled to be able to help others in these matters.

Joehelen Ravelo

Student Learning Centre Peer-Reader

My name is Joehelen and I am a fourth-year student in the BREP-Social and Family Ministries program. I enjoy sitting in coffee shops, travelling to new places, meeting new people, and trying new foods! Growing up, I did not see myself as a good writer. In fact, it was always a struggle to find the right words to express my thoughts. Through time, practice, and the help of others, I was encouraged to keep growing and improving my writing. My hope for this year is that I can help others do the same.

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Need help?

If you need help with papers, assignments, or homework, there are various options you can pursue:

*We would request that submissions be made no later than one week before they are due, in order to provide sufficient time for reviewing and returning the assignment to you. We encourage submissions to be made whenever the paper is ready to be reviewed, however, if it is due less than a week from when you submit it, we may not have sufficient time to get to it and therefore it will not be read or reviewed. Thank you for your understanding.

Need extra help?

We can help connect you to a private tutor, who will work with you one on one to achieve your academic goals. (Disclaimer: Private Tutors are not included in the free services offered by the SLC. Tutors come at an additional cost to the student.)

To get set up with a tutor, please contact Jordan Senecal.

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Provide Input

As the aim of the SLC is to facilitate student success, we welcome your input as to how best we can achieve that aim. For more information, or to make suggestions, please contact Jordan Senecal.