We have several resources available to students at our offices throughout the year. All are free unless otherwise noted. Here is a quick snapshot of what we have to offer:
This is an electronic, web-based analysis available to you to discover your strengths and weaknesses in study skills. It is an 80-question test covering your knowledge, skills, and perceptions in: attitude, motivation, time management, anxiety, concentration, information processing, selecting main ideas, study aids, self-testing, and test strategies. At the completion of the test, you are given a 2-page report that details where you need to improve and what you can do to improve.
To take this free test, see a Student Academic Support Services (SASS) staff member to receive your password. The results remain confidential unless you choose otherwise.
There are several cd-roms that you may borrow from us for reference. They are not affiliated with any particular course, but can provide you with additional review material. You may borrow these resources for a period of two weeks.
We have an extensive list of textbooks that you may use for reference during office hours. These may not be removed from the Tutoring Center (344 Griffith Hall).
Feeling overwhelmed? Stressed? Anxious? Is something getting in the way of your concentration and motivation? Contact Student Health and Counseling.
Need help understanding the requirements for your major? What happens if you really don’t like anatomy? What are your options? Find out from your Academic advisor and the Advising Center.
Wondering what you can do with your degree? Looking for a part-time or summer job? Need to fix up your resume – or write your first one? Click here to visit the informative and often-updated Career Services website for all this information and more.
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