Here are campus resources to help students improve academic performance.

Counseling and Psychological Services, Center for Community S440
Professional counselors are available for complimentary individual appointments to assist with a wide variety of issues.

Disability Services, Center for Community N200
This office provides support for students with special needs so they can fully participate in the university environment. Services include special technologies; a writing lab; screening and testing; and help with accommodations on campus and in the community.

Professors’ Office Hours

All course instructors hold office hours for their classes. Students may find it beneficial to meet one-on-one with an instructor in a course that is especially challenging.

Residence Hall Tutors

Free tutoring is provided in almost all subjects as well as test taking, study skills and time management workshops, and faculty and staff interactions outside the classroom. Students can go to the front desk in their residence halls for information.

Student Academic Services Center (SASC), Fleming 141: email
SASC offers time management and study skills workshops; tutoring and group study sessions; mathematics courses; and writing courses. They also offer workshops on problem-solving skills, exam preparation and test-taking skills.

Student Computing Classes, IT Service Center: (303) 735-HELP
Courses in Excel; PowerPoint; website creation; and general computer survival are presented. Students should see the ITS website for dates and times.

Writing Center
, Norlin Library Room E-111
The center provides free advice on writing assignments. An appointment is necessary; anyone can have up to 60 minutes of consultation per week.