Students with disabilities can learn more about the university’s commitment to accessible education from the center
Take advantage of the center’s academic tutoring and frequent workshops that tackle common student skills like note taking, reading, study habits, test anxiety and time management.
A successful college career requires skills in studying, time management and organization. Below are a few tips and guides for developing those skills:
Technology Equipment Checkout
Each semester, a student can print up to the equivalent of 700 single-sided black toner pages (a value of $35) without charge.
The University's student information system, UAConnect, manages core student data and integrates academic and financial information from key areas on campus. UAConnect provides support and collaboration with the offices of the Registrar, Student Accounts, Undergraduate Admissions, Graduate Admissions, and Financial Aid to create a single resource for students, faculty, staff, and parents.
vLab is where you can access software that is in campus computer labs on your personal computer.
Provides tutors, computers and a quiet place to study for all university math students.
Student Support Services provides services and programs for first-generation college students, and/or modest-income, and/or individuals with disabilities, which emphasize individual assessment, counseling, advising, and skill building.
Schedule a free online or in-person appointment with tutors dedicated to building effective writing skills.
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974, commonly known as FERPA, is a federal law designed to protect the privacy of student education records. With few exceptions, all student education records are considered confidential and may not be released without written consent of the student.