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Undergraduate Studies

Resources for Students

Academic advising: The College Center for Advising Services is the single best place for undergraduates to go with any academic-related questions or concerns.

Academic opportunities: Options beyond traditional coursework. These opportunities allow our students to explore their individual interests even further.

Academic policies and handbooks: Links to important information for undergraduate students regarding academic and University policies.

Academic support: The Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL) offers course-specific study groups and workshops, individual study skills counseling, study skills workshops and a study skills course, and disability support.

Campus offices: Links to administrative offices on campus.

Career and life design: The Greene Career Center has a team to support students as they make decisions that will prepare them for their careers and lives. Our staff can provide personalized connections to opportunities as well as people and resources, and help students draw connections between their academic interests, goals, and related experiences including campus jobs, research, extracurriculars, internships, volunteer work, and leadership experiences. Students are encouraged to visit the center early and often.

Courses and registration: The registrar provides students with access to their academic records, enrollment and degree verifications, academic calendars and exam schedules, along with other important student data.

Fellowships: All matriculated students with excellent academic records should consider applying for a competitive fellowship or scholarship.

Libraries: More than 3.5 million volumes and extensive collections of online databases, electronic journals, rare books, and musical scores.

Student life: Links to information about life on campus and student services.