Academic and career planning go hand in hand. As you select your courses each term, be intentional about choosing courses to gain knowledge and develop skills that will support your long-term career success. Career advisors tell us that change is a constant in the world of work. You will likely have several jobs during your career, and even if you stay with the same employer for a longer period of time, it is likely your job description will change. Some of the resources available to students include the following:
As with any new experience, you'll need some guidance.
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Need academic assistance? Know where to turn for help. There are many resources available to you.
Briscoe, Forest, and Teter Residence Centers
The ASC offers free tutoring in math, writing, and other subjects, as well as academic/informational programming and walk-in advising. And it’s convenient, with locations in three residence halls and evening hours.
Wells Library, Room 101
The Adaptive Technology and Accessibility Center (ATAC) offers technology-based solutions for students, faculty, and staff who have mobility, learning, hearing, or vision disabilities. Services include providing hardware and software that help people access information in alternative ways and high-speed scanning that converts books into electronic text.
408 N. Union Street, Suite 300
The SAC helps students adjust to the academic demands of college. Its offerings include for-credit courses; individualized academic assessment and assistance; and free, noncredit programs such as workshops and smallgroup, peer-assisted study sessions for specific courses—all designed to help you be successful.
Wells Library Information Commons, Academic Support Centers
WTS provides free, 50-minute consultations to students working on writing assignments for classes. Tutors assist with all parts of the writing process, from brainstorming to organizing to revising, and are available at convenient hours. The WTS website also offers tips on a number of common writing problems.
The Office of Disability Services for Students (DSS) specializes in assisting students with various disabilities including physical, psychological, learning, neurological, medical, vision, hearing, and temporary impairments to achieve their academic goals.
There are many tutoring options avaiable on and off campus. Learn about your options here.