We offer individual appointments, workshops and class presentations on a variety of topics to help students develop efficient, strategic study skills. To book an appointment, register for a workshop or arrange a class presentation, drop by the Learning Café (CE1340), email us or call 403-382-6952.

As a student, your behaviours and attitudes toward study can influence your success in school. But have you ever thought carefully about your study habits? You can start by assessing your study skills and habits. Be honest with yourself when selecting statements that describe you – you have nothing to lose and a lot to gain.


View the available workshop topics and descriptions. While we are not able to present workshops on campus at the moment, Learning Café staff are still available to help you with your study skills and exam preparation.  Simply email learningcafe@lethbridgecollege.ca and we would be happy to schedule a virtual appointment with you using Skype or Teams.  Appointments last one-half hour, and you can ask questions and take notes just as you would in a regular workshop.

Find a complete listing of workshop topics and descriptions, or assess your study skills online. View the Fall 2020 schedule here.

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*Drop-ins are welcome if space is available.

Class presentations

Instructors, you can book customized presentations to meet the needs of your students in any course. We can provide an overview of our services or explore a range of specific learning and study issues. More ideas on how we can support your students can be found in the Learning Café Menu of Student Success Supports.

Faculty interested in booking a workshop, appointment or class presentation can fill out this form. For questions, please contact the Learning Café (CE1340) by visiting us in person, sending an email or phoning 403-382-6952.

Quick study tips sheets

Access the tip sheets below for useful study hints.

Managing college expectations

Dealing with procrastination

Dealing with stress

High school to college: making the transition

Time management

Working with your instructor

Effective study practice


Effective note taking

Effective textbook reading

Improving concentration

Improving memory

Studying effectively

Tackling new vocabulary

Test preparation


Conquering multiple-choice tests

Preparing for finals

Test anxiety

Test preparation: more than just memorizing

Test taking strategies



Common errors in research essay writing

Getting over writer’s block


Dealing with math anxiety

Online learning and technology


How to succeed in your introductory computer course

Succeeding in your online course

If you require more information on any of these topics, attend a study skills workshop or schedule an individual appointment at the Learning Café.