Students' academic success lies at the heart of everything we do in Undergraduate Studies. Many resources, including web pages, programs, and people are available both within the Division of Undergraduate Studies and across campus to help students succeed. Scroll down to find information and links to several key resources available to students.
Campus abounds in advisors. Your academic advisor—whether in Undergraduate Studies, PathwayOregon, the Center for Multicultural Academic Excellence, or your major department—can help you understand the general education requirements in more detail as well as requirements for specific majors. Please don't hesitate to talk with an advisor, more than once or with more than one advisor. They are here to help you. Think of them as members of your academic success team. You can find them in many places on campus—even in pop-up advising stations in the residence halls.
The Accessible Education Center (AEC) facilitates access and the full inclusion of students with disabilities into the university environment. The AEC offers a wide variety of support services, including note-taking and testing services, sign language interpretation, adaptive technology, and free on-campus transportation via the Access Shuttle.
Study Help and Tutoring Services
The Teaching & Learning Center (TLC) is the place to go to get help with a wide variety of academic challenges. From help with math and writing to study skills and tutoring for a specific class, the TLC has people and tools to help you improve your academics. The TLC is also home to the Student Support Services, which helps qualifying undergraduates meet the rigors of higher education and graduate from UO. Drop in with questions about time management, organizational skills, reading for understanding, note-taking, test preparation, and more. TLC offers one-hour workshops on many study skills in its Get Savvy program to help you tackle your course load.