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Undergraduate Studies

Resources for Students

Registration and courses: 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.

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

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

Campus offices: Links to administrative offices on campus.

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

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.

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

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

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