Student English Language Support offers free, face-to-face ESL support to international undergraduate students. ESL consultants can help with: speaking skills, participating in class discussions, communicating with instructors, grammar, listening comprehension, reading comprehension, vocabulary development, and pronunciation.
ESL classes in listening, speaking, reading, composition, and grammar, including ESL 3001 which is a mid-semester course to help with academic English.
Supports multicultural students, students of color, and first-generation college students through walk-in tutoring with focus on gateway STEM courses.
Workshops on writing, time-management and test preparation strategies, high-stakes writing, success strategies for STEM courses, study group and study night facilitator training, and (in collaboration with student organizations) the Power Productivity Palooza Thursday evening study group.
MCAE Instructional Center offers tutoring support. View the tutor schedule on their website.
SMART Learning Commons Wilson Library 1st floor, 612-626-8262
Walter Library 204 (2nd floor), 612-624-1584
Magrath Library, 612-624-2125
Free drop-in one-on-one and small group tutoring. View the tutoring schedule on their website.
Some tutors can schedule free appointments outside their scheduled shifts. Instructions for requesting an appointment are at the website.
Peer Research Consultants offer help researching topics and finding sources for papers.
Peer-Assisted Learning, or PAL sessions, are weekly group study sessions for specific sections of an instructor's course.
Test prep resources including a test bank of exams given in select courses during previous semesters, and free preparation materials for exams such as the GRE, MCAT, and LSAT.
For-credit courses and individualized academic support for students.
LASk 1001 provides a survey of active learning concepts and strategies for academic success; LASk 1102 provides an intensive class experience for students experiencing academic difficulties (including probation); and, LASk 1101 offers support over the second half of the semester for students who may have started the term off with some difficulties.
Academic coaching is available to all students by appointment (through the UCCS office).
Offers informal and formal conflict resolution services to resolve students' university-based problems and concerns. An ombudsman provides confidential, neutral and informal options. An advocate is available to assist students in formal grievance or disciplinary proceedings.
Assist with academic complaints and student conduct and academic integrity issues.
In-person and online tutorials and workshops on topics such as citation managers and research strategies.
Peer Research Consultants provide one-on-one assistance to develop the research strategies needed to write an excellent research paper. They can help with finding research articles, selecting a research topic, and creating a thesis statement and research questions.