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Stay on Track

Stay on Track

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 digital reminders, one-on-one coaching, and peer-led groups.


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.


Track A

Digital Reminders

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Use Microsoft To Do to add tasks during the term and receive reminders, feedback, and support from the Stay on Track team.

Track B

Peer Coaching

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Request an Academic Student Coach for weekly meetings to review the progress of your learning objectives and discuss strategies for success.

Track C

Peer Study Groups

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Join a group of student peers for shared motivation and accountability sessions. An Academic Student Coach is present during these sessions.


To register for Stay on Track during the Fall and Winter terms, please complete the form below. Once completed, the Stay on Track team will be in touch to guide you through the next steps.

Each of the tracks are available on a first-come, first-served basis each term. If your preferred track is at capacity when you register, we will add you to the waiting list and contact you if a spot becomes available. For questions, please email stayontrack [at] mcgill.ca.

The program launches on September 12, but you can register in advance.  

Register for Stay on Track



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 a 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 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.

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