Welcome back for the 2020 spring semester—a term unlike any we’ve experienced before.
The COVID-19 pandemic has meant we’ve all had to drastically shift how we do things, but many of the college supports and resources you had access to in-person are still there for you online.
“This situation is unique, and I want you to approach every day with confidence because you’re strong, you’re resilient and you’ve got this,” said Chris McGrath, Vice-President, Student Success.
“Even though we’re not together on campus, we’ve got your back—virtually.”
Develop online skills, find support, stay connected
Check out our Online Learning microsite. It contains great advice and resources on how to be successful while learning remotely. You can move through the five self-directed modules at your own pace.
George Brown counsellors remain available to support you with academic and non-academic issues. Their services are free and confidential.
If you need academic support this semester, our tutors are ready to help.
The Tutoring and Learning Centre (TLC) provides English and math support.
Be sure to regularly check your George Brown email and our COVID-19 Information for Current Students page for the latest updates on our pandemic response.
And if you have questions, you can check our COVID-19 FAQs for Current Students.