Located on the first floor of the I.D. Weeks Library, the Academic Commons is the home to the following student resources and your one-stop for academic, technical and research support.
Academic & Career Planning Center
From registration to graduation and beyond, we'll help you plan your next move.
- Academic advising
Meet with your advisor on academic planning, course scheduling, major change/declaration, assistance with registration and other topics related to your academic progress.
- Job/Internship search and preparation
Identify career and internship possibilities, receive assistance with your résumé and cover letter, practice your interview techniques.
- Major and career counseling
What do you want to be? Explore your options, consider major requirements and learn about career opportunities.
Visit the Academic & Career Planning Center
Get the help you need now while developing the skills you'll use for a lifetime.
Everybody needs a little help now and then.
- Writing Center
From short stories to dissertations, the Writing Center can help you organize, revise and polish your writing assignment.
- Supplemental Instruction
Been there. Aced that. These peer-led study sessions will assist you with traditionally difficult courses.
- Presentation Center
Practice, prepare and perfect your presentation while receiving helpful feedback and maybe even a standing ovation.
- Learning Specialist
Individualized consultations to help you overcome common obstacles and improve your academic performance.
Center for Academic and Global Engagement
Real world learning. Unforgettable experiences.
- Service Learning
- Study Abroad
- National Student Exchange
- Undergraduate Research & Creative Scholarship
- Nationally Competitive Scholarships
ITS Help Desk
Blue screen blues? No "connect" in your connectivity? Come see us.
- Personal computer support
- Technology assistance
- Computer & media checkout
So much information. So little time.
Visit the University Libraries
- Access more than 250 databases for your research
- Online and in person research assistance
- Special collections and historical materials
Located in the Center for Continuing Education, the Math Emporium provides assistance in math 095 and 102 as well as one-on-one help with difficult problems and assignments.
Visit the Math Emporium