We asked the experts at Financial Aid to introduce themselves to students, explain what they do and how to finance their post-secondary journey.
We asked the Prince George Health and Wellness Centre to introduce themselves to students, explain what they do and how to access services.
We asked the representatives at the CNC Student Union to introduce themselves to students, explain what they do and how to access services.
We asked the experts at the Aboriginal Resource Centre to introduce themselves to students, explain what they do and how to access services.
We asked our Academic Advisors to introduce themselves to students, explain what they do and how they can help you in your CNC journey.
We asked CNC's Wellness Coaches to introduce themselves to students, explain what they do and how to access services.
This year we're launching the Thrive program to assist students and connect them with our resources more effectively.
Our number one priority is to make sure that you and other members of the CNC Community stay safe and healthy throughout the semester. Here are six quick tips to help to keep yourself and your fellow students safe.
Learn how to plan and manage your courses, register, and get assistance from academic advisors with CNC's student planner.
As a student, sometimes it feels impossible to balance your health and well-being with everything else you have going on while you’re in school. We’ve got some simple tips that you can incorporate throughout your week to help level up your health!
With the shift to a virtual environment for school, work, meetings, and even get togethers with loved ones, the amount of time that we’re all staring at a screen has increased dramatically. Because of this, some people have started to experience screen fatigue, which can be experienced as eye strain, exhaustion, and even anxiety about appearing on camera during virtual meetings.
Time management is important as a student, but can be especially challenging with the transition to online courses in response to COVID-19. Some online courses can lack the structure of face to face classes that we’re used to. Below are some tips to help you to structure your study time to get the most out of your semester!
A good sleep impacts many aspects of your life. Learn about the benefits of getting a good sleep and ways to help you improve the quality of your sleep.
Use this simple flowchart to determine how to prepare your work to avoid plagiarism or academic misconduct when using words, ideas, or images from someone else.
By the end of this interactive course you will be able to explain which actions constitute appropriate academic behaviour and which are considered academic offences. You should also be able to explain why certain actions are academic offences are considered academic offenses.
Using proper citation style is usually a requirement for any written assignments and publications. Keeping track of your sources using the appropriate style will help save time and effort looking things up again later.
Be careful what you copy. The Canadian Copyright Act allows you to copy someone else’s work under these guidelines. You can make a single copy of a “short excerpt” from a copyright-protected work.
Finding credible resources online can be challenging. You want to be able to find accurate information from reputable sites. Here are some guidelines to help you figure out if the web site you are looking at has good subject matter for your research project as well as looking at the overall design and usability.
Some library databases are licensed for CNC users only. You can access these at any CNC campus computer or from home if you have a current CNC Connect computer account.
Instructors expect you to do your own work, acknowledge sources and avoid plagiarism. This information sheet explains what plagiarism is and what you can do to prevent it. The goal is for you to be successful in your studies.