Stay on Track is a peer-to-peer program to enhance undergraduate students' learning and wellness skills. The program offers three distinct peer support pathways and participants have the option to receive customized support through one-on-one coaching, peer-led groups, and self-reflection exercises.
Looking for support to Stay on Track this term?
Join TLS' Stay on Track program to help you stay focused and motivated as you progress through the academic term. Stay on Track is offered during the Fall and Winter terms. Stay on Track offers three different tracks for students. You can combine tracks or choose one that is best for you.
Request an academic student coach for regular meetings to review progress with your learning objectives, remain accountable to your goals, and discuss strategies for success.
Peer study groups
Join a group of student peers for shared motivation and accountability sessions. An academic student coach is present during these sessions.
Reflect on what matters to you, what your goals are, and how you plan to achieve them. You will do this with the support of our exercises and an academic student coach.*
Registration for the Fall 2023 program is now open! Click here to register. Please note there are a limited number of one-on-one peer support spots available for this term, but we’ll do our best to support all who are interested in Stay on Track! For any questions about the program, please contact stayontrack [at] mcgill.ca.
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Interested in becoming an academic student coach?
Academic Student Coaches are key partners to allow us to offer Stay on Track.
As an Academic Student Coach, you will accompany participating students as a mentor during the term. This is a paid position and involves receiving mandatory comprehensive training covering learning strategies and basic coaching skills. It requires a steady commitment to the students you are paired with.
You will become part of the Stay on Track team, with the bi-weekly community of practice meetings to share experiences, learn from others, and work together on challenges. Time commitment is an average of 5 hours per week.
Join our mailing list to be contacted the next time we are hiring. Feel free to email stayontrack [at] mcgill.ca if you have questions about the position.
*Through collaboration with McGill’s myPath program, Stay on Track has designed exercises for undergraduate students to promote self-discovery and personal growth. If you want to learn more about myPath and the Individual Development Plan (IDP), which are resources and tools for McGill graduate students and postdocs, check out their website: https://www.mcgill.ca/mypath/.
This program is funded by Québec’s ministère de l’Enseignement supérieur, through contributions from the Canada-Québec Agreement on Minority-Language Education and Second-Language Instruction.