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Procrastination Awareness Week (PAW)

What is PAW?

Procrastination Awareness Week is an annual event that takes place during the first two weeks of March and brings together the most popular workshops from 25+ academic institutions across Canada.

As you join students from across the country, you'll learn more about procrastination, essential study skills, and how to develop effective habits and time management strategies.

Here is what you can expect during PAW: 

  • Live and pre-recorded workshops
  • Conversations with peer tutors
  • Resource library
  • Shared virtual study hall
  • Social/de-stress room

You might be surprised to find what a difference it makes to work alongside others, even if they are just a face in a square in a virtual room.

Register for FREE today and check out the exciting schedule of events during the week of March 6 to 10th. Join one of our ASC tutor tips sessions and discover some of the best workshops that other institutions across Canada have to offer.


Best practices for participating in PAW activities

The Procrastination Awareness Week is following BC Campus' Code of Conduct. Please take a moment to get familiar with the dos and don'ts of attending events, so you can all enjoy a safe and harassment-free environment. 


 Subscribe to the ASC social media channels (@ufvasc) for updates about events and other opportunities.



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