Academic support for students
Need help? The University offers a variety of free services to help you succeed academically.
- Academic Advising
Get help planning your classes and staying on track for graduation
- Accessibility, Office of
Supports students with disabilities
- Adult Focus
Academic and enrollment support for students age 25 and over
Buy books, school supplies and Zips gear
Academic dates such as when semesters start.
- Computer-based testing
Compass tests for orientation and testing outside the classroom
- Inclusive Excellence
Supports students with specialized programs and support
- Learning Communities
Take core classes with the same group of students – instant study group
- Living Learning Communities
Students with a common major live near each other in the residence halls
- Math lab in Bierce Library and the Polsky Building
Tutoring for students taking a variety of math, algebra and other courses
- New Student Orientation
Where students will schedule classes for the first time and get information about how to succeed in college
- Education Abroad
Enrich your studies by viewing your world from new perspectives
- Study Skills Lab
Faculty tutors can help you with studying, reading, memory and test-taking skills
- Tutorial Services
Help with general education, foreign language, and some major-specific courses
- Writing lab: See the tutoring services available on campus, including writing.
For students struggling with personal or academic problems
College can be stressful for students as they balance academics with their lives outside of the classroom.
If you are aware of someone in distress, please refer the student to us. One of our caring student-support professionals will offer resources for assistance.
Bulletins and course information
- Undergraduate course catalog (Undergraduate Bulletin)
- Curriculum Guides show the course sequence in a major
- Graduate Bulletin
- Class search | Course catalog