Academic coaching is all about supporting your academic success and persistence to graduation. By focusing on individualized support, the Academic Coach works with you to build skills and self-advocacy through co-creating a success plan that considers your life experiences, academic goals, long-term professional aspirations and more.
The Center for Educational Access (CEA) serves as the central campus resource for the University community in regards to students with disabilities and accommodations to remove barriers to access.
The Center for Learning and Student Success (CLASS+) works with students to refine and strengthen the academic skills necessary for success at the University of Arkansas.
The MRTC offers student resources for tutoring in mathematics and statistics. They are located on the 2nd floor of the Science Engineering building.
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The University Libraries offer lots of engineering resources, including electronic books, journals, science databases and resource guides. When you need help locating information for classes and research need, email Jay McAllister or drop by his office (BELL 3188) for assistance.
Need help writing a resume, searching for an internship or full-time job, perfecting your interview skills, or choosing a major? The friendly staff in College of Engineering’s Career Development Center can assist you will all your career development needs. To schedule an appointment to meet with a career counselor please contact Kelsey Lavigne or schedule online via Handshake.
The Tech Store serves as the on campus resource for academically discounted technology and warranty repairs for Apple and Dell.
For more student resources, see the Student Handbook