TAV COLLEGE RESOURCES FOR STUDENTS
TAV offers a number of services and resource centers with the goal of reaching every student. You are invited to browse our various resources or, you may contact our student experience advisor if you feel there should be more added to the College: email@example.com
One method for ensuring success during your college studies is to gain a good understanding of your program, solidify your academic goals, and take charge of it as soon as possible.
See important upcoming academic dates at TAV College in order to more effectively plan your schedule.
On this page, you will find resources to assist you in understanding and avoiding plagiarism throughout your studies.
Plan your trip to TAV and find your classrooms in advance.
EXTERNAL RESOURCE CENTRE
This webpage suggests resources for issues related to mental health, addictions, violence, and more.
Inquire about the reservable rooms, facilities, and equipment at TAV College.
FRENCH HELP CENTRE (FHC)
The French Help Centre is an extracurricular service that is available to all TAV College students who want to improve their French language skills. The Center is available for help with:
- Improving your oral expression and comprehension
- Acquiring skills for self-correction
- Consolidating your knowledge of grammar
ONLINE HELP (Omnivox, Google Drive, etc.)
Find information related to using technology to access your course material, schedule, messaging service, and more.
Preparing for university
This webpage provides answers to some of the most frequently asked questions regarding university-level studies in Quebec.
SEXUAL VIOLENCE RESOURCE CENTRE
TAV College has a strict policy against sexual violence or violence of any kind. Discover both internal and external resources for help with a sexual violence situation.
STUDENT SUCCESS CENTRE (SSC)
The SSC provides resources and information to ensure that our students have as many opportunities as possible for career success upon graduation.
This webpage explains how students can use study tips and learning strategies to maximize the efficiency of note-taking, studying for tests, and reading course materials.
Updated: May 6, 2022