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First Year Experience (FYE) Program

Make the most out of your first year at the University of Guelph-Humber!

All new students starting in the Fall semester are added to a First Year Experience (FYE) group. Each group has an FYE Leader, a current student in your academic program, who will help ease your transition into university. FYE Leaders know what it’s like to be a student on campus, and will help you navigate this new environment, answer your questions, and connect you to your peers. Your FYE Leader also leads you through Orientation, and will offer support and guidance to you during your entire first year at UofGH!

Email if you have any questions about First Year Experience.

FYE Workshops

Join us for our Fall 2018 FYE workshop series, running from September 17 to November 2! These one-hour workshops are designed for first-year students to help you be successful in your first semester at UofGH.

Workshops are hosted by your FYE Leaders and are offered multiple times per week. Choose a time that works for you.

No need to register; just show up. Prizes and chocolate at every workshop!

Fall 2018 Workshop Schedule

Day Time Room
Monday 1 pm - 2 pm GH 202*

11 am - 12 pm

2 pm - 3 pm

GH 425

GH 122**


11 am - 12 pm

3:30 pm - 4:30 pm

GH 326

GH 302


11 am - 12 pm

3:30 pm - 4:30 pm

GH 302

GH 302

Friday 11 am - 12 pm GH 225

* On Monday, Sept. 24 the 1 pm - 2 pm workshop will be held in GH 301.

**On Tuesday, Oct. 23 the 2 pm - 3 pm workshop will be held in GH 202.

Workshop #1 (September 17-21) – University 101

University is different than high school, but how different? Learn more about university-level expectations and find what works best for you in the classroom.

Workshop #2 (September 24-28) – You at UofGH

Interested in working on campus? Not sure where to find all of our campus resources? Test your knowledge of our work-study opportunities and support services with our trivia game!

Workshop #3 (October 1-5) – Staying Healthy in First Year

Attend this session for tips on managing your physical, mental, and emotional health as we explore health & wellness resources, techniques to cope with stress, and on-campus dining options.

Workshop #4 (October 15-19) – Academic Success

Gain valuable strategies to support your academic success by exploring our support services, finding new ways to study, and building a growth mindset.

Workshop #5 (October 22-26) – Research & The Library

Whether you’re working on a paper, lab report, or group project, you’ll have to do some kind of research. But what’s a reliable source? Learn more about research support, citation styles, and how to avoid plagiarism.

Workshop #6 (October 29-November 2) – Finding Balance

This session focuses on helping you find a balance between your school, work, and life commitments. Learn how to apply key time management strategies to your busy schedule.