Free, drop-in, small group tutoring for the following courses: Elementary Psychology, Introduction to American Politics, Introduction to Environmental Science, Introductory Animal Biology, Principles of Macroeconomics, Principles of Microeconomics, as well as study skills workshops.
To maximize your potential as a student you need to prepare efficiently and effectively for your classes. The resources available through this link are designed to help you evaluate your current study habits and expand on the skills you already have.
A resource to find academic assistance and mentoring for UI courses.
Free tutorial help for students needing assistance with their mathematics assignments.
Provides one-to-one instruction in rhetorical and communication skills.
Provides one-to-one instruction in all aspects of public speaking.
Staffed by graduate student advisors the Center offers one-to-one guidance for researching, drafting and writing papers for history classes.
Provides instruction for students in 22S:002, 22S:008, 22S:025, and 22S:039.
Provides students with facilities and services for traditional language laboratory work
as well as for foreign language video and computer-based activities.
Offer free tutoring at specific times for students in the College of Engineering.
Offer tutoring at specified times for students in Physics classes.
The CDE brings togeter under one umbrella a variety of programs, offices and services that work to create a welcoming climate for student, staff and faculty from communities underrepresented in higher education.
Provides assistance for students who need help with study skills.
Estimate your grade-point-average using the Tippie College of Business GPA Calculator.
A list of links to various offices and support services for students.