For academic and personal success
There are a number of offices on campus that can assist you in your academic endeavors. Take advantage of the resources available to you, and be sure to ask questions when you are unsure about anything. We want to help you in any way that we can.
Request an absence memo for when you miss class for a legitimate, documentable reason.
Seek assistance from your Academic Advisor.
Find a major that is appropriate for your academic strengths and interests, explore possible career areas, and work on your resume.
Talk with a professional if you think you have an undiagnosed disability or if you wish to pursue accommodations for an existing disability diagnosis.
Attend study skills workshops, seek assistance in subject labs (math, foreign language, or writing), receive tutoring, or meet with a peer academic coach.
Seek one-on-one professional counseling, meet with a peer counselor, or participate in a counseling group.
Meet with someone about how your academic standing or decision to withdraw from classes may impact your financial aid.