Reading & note taking, time management, academic writing, studying for tests
Pop up events throughout the first six weeks of the semester to engage students in learning about academic integrity.
Want to join an Intramural Sport this year? Don't miss out on the registration deadline of Sep 21! Intramural Sports offers the Lakehead community an opportunity to stay involved in the sports they love, or to try a new sport while they attend university. All intramural sports are designed so that each student can have fun in a safe recreational setting, regardless of their skill level or experience! Learn more at our website, thunderwolves.ca/intramurals
Join us at any of our intramural drop-ins to try a new sport, or get some extra practice time in before the intramural registration deadline! Open to all, no prior experience or admission fee required! For more details, visit http://thunderwolves.ca/campus-rec/events/.
Celebrate the change of season with cultural activities and sample traditional foods!
Drop in outdoor sports/activities for Residence Students to participate in.
Join us for a drop-in event where we will be providing information and resources targeted toward Mature Students. Light refreshments will be provided! Students writing the Math Competency Exam are welcome and encouraged to stop by following the completion of their exam.
For mature students and their families!
Build connections with your peers and with nature. Families and children of all ages are welcome to attend and participate in activities and games!
NOTE: volunteers will be present to facilitate activities, but will not be responsible for overseeing children. Guardians are required to watch their children throughout the course of the event.
Lakehead International is hosting an online orientation for students who have not yet arrived. Orientation provides new LU students with an opportunity to meet and engage with the International Student Services staff, to ask your questions, and ensure that you have all the information on international student supports and services available to help you meet your goal of being a successful student at Lakehead University. The most important part of Orientation is connecting with you so that you know we're here for you and we want your success!
Join us for a fun-filled day exploring your new home! You'll get the chance to discover the public transportation system while travelling to the downtown area to compete a bingo-style scavenger hunt featuring local favourite restaurants and businesses, and some interesting landmarks that serve as awesome photo-ops.
Please note that if you are interested in purchasing food or goods at any of the stores featured on the bingo card, you will be responsible for providing your own money to make these purchases. Transportation via the bus system will be covered as long as you have picked up your U-pass or bus pass sticker from LUSU beforehand - you'll have the chance to do this at our Tie Dye Event in Thunder Bay, and at LUSU Fest in Orillia!
Thunder Bay students will meet in the Agora Circle to head to the buses for this event.
Orillia students will meet outside of Simcoe Hall to head to the buses for this event.
Thunder Bay bingo card pick up and drop off:
- pick up your card at Agora circle between 10am and 10:30am or if you're in residence from your RA or HP
- at the Student Success Centre table at LUSU Fantasy Fun Fair Sept. 6
- in the drop off box at the Student Success Centre
- take a picture and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org
ORILLIA STUDENTS: HOW TO PARTICIPATE (Read below)
Pick up your bingo card:
- The SSC table during LUSU Fest on Friday September 2nd
- From your RA
- From Simcoe Hall between 9:30 and 10:30 on Saturday September 3rd
Drop off your bingo card:
- To Aroma at the Lone Wolf Cafe between 2:00 and 2:45 on Saturday September 3rd
- In the ballot box inside the Academic Support Zone any time before 4:00pm on Tuesday September 6th