New College offers a variety of other academic resources to help support students including:
On-location advisors from various campus support services
Tutoring aid centres

New College Math Learning Centre

Winter 2024 Hours*Revised as of February 02, 2024

Location: Wilson Hall, Room 2002 (Enter at 40 Willcocks Street, 2nd Floor)

To assist first-year students in their mathematical studies, the Department of Mathematics provides drop-in centres for all Arts & Science students. Tutors will be available for math assistance on a one-on-one basis. All services are free of charge to registered Arts & Science students.

January 23 – January 30

Tuesdays 4:00pm – 5:00pmZahra Janbazi

February 5 – February 13

Mondays 5:00pm – 6:00pmZahra Janbazi
*Tuesdays6:00pm – 7:00pmZahra Janbazi


February 26 – March 5

Mondays 5:00pm – 6:00pmZahra Janbazi
*Tuesdays3:00pm – 4:00pm
6:00pm – 7:00pm
Zahra Janbazi

March 11 – April 2

Mondays5:00pm – 7:00pmZahra Janbazi
*Tuesdays3:00pm – 4:00pm
5:00pm – 7:00pm
Zahra Janbazi

New College Statistics Aid Centre (NCSAC) Office

Winter 2024 Hours

Location: Wetmore Hall, Room 64  

The New College Statistics Aid Centre provides general help to all students taking a course in statistics or actuarial science. If you are looking for more help, or one of your courses does not provide TA office hours, this is the place to go.  
New College Statistics Aid Centre will be holding office hours this academic 2023-24 year and is staffed by graduate students in DoSS and is open to all undergraduate students taking a course in statistics. 

April 2024 Final Exam Period

April 88:00am – 12:00pm
1:00pm – 5:00pm
Yaqi Shi*
Miaoshiqi Liu 
April 99:00am – 1:00pmGeorge Stefan
April 101:00pm – 5:00pmMiaoshiqi Liu 
April 115:00pm – 9:00pm Marcos Gallegos Herrada
April 152:00pm – 5:00pmMarcos Gallegos Herrada
April 198:30am – 10:00am
1:00pm – 5:30pm
Yaqi Shi*
Miaoshiqi Liu 
April 229:00am – 3:00pmGeorge Stefan
April 251:00pm – 5:00pmMiaoshiqi Liu 

*Can help with some ACT courses.

Learning Strategist

Our learning strategist offers guidance on how to develop sustainable study habits, prepare for exams, tackle heavy reading loads, overcome writer’s block, craft research projects, navigate academic culture and make the most of online tools for learning and collaborating.

New College Learning Strategist is Elizabeth Shaha (

Learn more about Elizabeth and the services she offers here.

Career Educator 

The New College Career Educator can meet with students to help revise and develop their resumé, teach interview techniques, explore long-term career options and assist with job searches.

Accessibility Services

Students can meet with an Accessibility Services (AS) advisor for help and support to register with AS and create an accommodation plan. The AS Advisors can help facilitate accommodations plans with student’s instructors and staff.

International Student Advisor

Professionals from the Centre for International Experience offer advice about housing, employment, socializing, international exchange opportunities and getting involved on campus—especially for our international students. Our advisor can also work with domestic students to plan study-abroad opportunities.

Counselling (Health and Wellness)

Students can meet with a counsellor from Health and Wellness for short-term counselling on a wide-range of concerns, such as relationship problems, interpersonal issues, depression and anxiety.