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
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 previously served 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.
Student Learning Centre Peer Reader
Hi, my name is Beth and I’m in my last year of the MTS program in the Seminary. I did my undergrad at the University of Guelph studying International Development with a focus in Political Economy. I got a taste for ministry while on leadership with Power to Change at Guelph and loved it so much I decided to change paths and pursue ministry as a career. Specifically, I’m hoping to work in women’s ministry, to train up women to disciple others and teach the word of God. Some of my favourite classes at Heritage have been Global Issues and the Gospel, Pentateuch and Church History. I love reading, camping and playing the ukulele poorly.
Student Learning Centre Peer Reader
Hi, my name is Hannah and I am currently in my fourth year of the BREP-Social and Family Ministries program. I was homeschooled for 7 years by a mother who takes grammar and writing very seriously and thus I guess you could say I have followed in her footsteps. I love sports and music and have played on various teams and been in bands at Heritage. I also love to travel and learn new languages. I’m an RA here at the school and love getting to build relationships with people and do life with them.
Get help with
- Formatting a paper
- Improving your writing
- Editing and proof-reading
- Forming a thesis statement
- Managing your assignments
If you need help with papers, assignments, or homework, there are various options you can pursue:
- Drop-in hours for the Fall 2019 semester are Tuesday afternoon (2:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.) and Wednesday afternoon (3:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.).*
- Submit your paper/assignment and one of our peer readers will get it back to you in a timely fashion
- Submit a request for an appointment outside of the drop-in hours posted above
- If you have any other inquiries or questions, please do not hesitate to ask us by sending an email to SLC@heritagecs.edu.
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 us.
- Survivor’s Secrets
- Heritage Library Catalogue
- EBSCOhost Database – Academic Journals & eBooks (To obtain login credentials, please contact us or contact the library)
- Kate L. Turabian, A Manual for Writers of Research Papers, Theses, and Dissertations, 9th ed. (2018) is available in limited quantities on reserve in the library or is available for purchase (Paperback / Kindle)
- Chicago Manual of Style (CMOS) Online (Turabian / Chicago) [Note: Turabian and Chicago are the same style]
- Purdue OWL (Turabian/Chicago or APA)
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.
*Drop-in hours are subject to change. Please take note of any time changes made here, or by announcement in Populi/on Facebook, or send us an email if you are unsure.