You know how to be a student, but do you know how to be a Mount student? Don’t waste your time searching for the answers when everything you need is in Mount 101.
We created Mount 101 because students like you said that they wanted to know this information earlier. It’s also part of the Mount’s larger commitment to accessible education. Mount 101 ensures that everyone has the same foundation when starting at the Mount. Trust us, it’s good for you (kind of like those vegetables you were always told to eat as a kid).
What is Mount 101?
The Mount Mentors
A group of senior students who are here to act as your own personal tour guide throughout the year. Your Mount Mentor knows what it’s like to be a Mount student, because they are Mount students. And they’re here to answer questions you didn’t even know you had. So don’t worry when you get an email from a random stranger who says they’re your Mount Mentor. They’re here to help and want to hear from you.
The Online Program
Learn more about the Mount and build on what you already know about being a student. It’s information that’s so important we’ve made it mandatory! Look for Mount 101 on your Moodle account and see how it can help you.
Exploring the Mount is your go-to guide to the Mount. Find your way around campus and how to get your first semester off to the right start.
Living the Undergrad Life is full of strategies that can help you during your first semester. Learn how adopting a growth mindset and using GRIT can set you up for success.
Digging into Study Skills and Active Learning refreshes your study habits and gives you some new ideas and approaches. Try something new and study smarter, not harder.
Levelling up Your Reading Skills takes your reading to the next level. Use the strategies here to help you get through (and remember) all your assigned readings.
Ramping up for Research gives you the tools to make sure you’re an expert researcher. Use this section to learn how your research can pass the CRAAP test!
Boosting Your Writing Skills builds upon what you already know about writing. Learn how to write across disciplines and how the writing process can work for you, not against you.