Academic Commons

Academic Commons

The Academic Commons, on the first floor of the I.D. Weeks Library building, provides the campus community with convenient access to academic, technical and research support.

Conduct research, write a paper, seek technical support, get help from a tutor, meet with an advisor, visit informally with a professor, have a cup of coffee and see your friends between classes. Multiple resources. One stop. 

Academic & Career Planning Center
  • Seek academic advising
  • Explore majors & careers
  • Understand graduation requirements
  • Excel at job interviews
  • Discover internship opportunities
  • Succeed through First-Year Experience
Academic Support
 
  • Lab Consultants
  • Supplemental Instruction
  • Learning Specialists
  • Tutoring
Center for Academic and Global Engagement
  • Learn through service-learning
  • Study abroad
  • Conduct undergraduate research
  • Explore National Student Exchange
  • Compete for a national scholarship
  • Help for International Students
ITS Help Desk & Equipment Checkout
  • Receive personal computer support
  • Request technology assistance
  • Checkout computer & media equipment
University Libraries
  • Get research help in person and online
  • Research 24/7 in 250+ databases
  • Find scholarly research sources
  • Check out books & media
  • Access local & regional historical materials

Academic Commons

Student Studying "The Academic Commons is a centralized, intellectual environment for learning, academic support, collaboration and research - an interactive location that will help students thrive and succeed."
Dr. Chuck Staben, Provost & V.P. for Academic Affairs