Academic Resources & Support
The library is open seven days a week while classes are in session. You can search and browse thousands of volumes in print or electronic form, get research help from staff librarians, reserve study rooms, use public computer terminals, and borrow technology like laptop computers, iPads, Kindles, digital cameras and more.
This is where you go to register for classes, add or drop a class, change your major, check your grades, and get copies of important documents like official transcripts.
The counselors at the Academic Success Center can help you find peer tutors, study groups, or connect you with comprehensive academic counseling programs such as the Academic Recovery Program. Don’t wait until you’re in trouble to ask for help; contact them and get everything you need to succeed.
The staff and counselors at Career Services can help you choose the best major for your chosen profession, find internships that enrich your academic experience and help you plan for graduation and beyond.