Academic Resources

LEAD: Learning Enhancement Across Disciplines

LEAD provides learning assistance for over 45 courses through collaborative learning centers and drop-in tutoring.  It begins the second week of classes and ends on the Thursday of the last week of class.

Writing Center

Location: Third Floor Curtis Laws Wilson Library

Fall Schedule: September 20 – December 10
Monday-Thursday 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
Friday 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
Sunday 12:30 pm – 5:00 pm

Math Learning Center

The Math Learning Center in 202 Humanities-Social Sciences Building provides drop-in mathematics assistance for any currently enrolled student in the following courses: Math 1103, Math 1120, Math 1140, Math 1160, Math 1208, Math 1210, Math 1211, Math 1212, Math 1214, Math 1215, Math 1221 and Math 2222.

Depending on staffing, assistance may be available but is not guaranteed in additional mathematics and statistics courses.

On-Track Academic Success Program

The On-Track Academic Success Program aims to increase at-risk students' academic and personal success. On-Track accomplishes this through refining students' study skills, self-management skills, and knowledge of campus resources and by facilitating the formation of stronger relationships with professors, classmates, and other sources of support. Participants engage in the program through seminars, one-on-one meetings, and supplemental activities tailored to a student's specific needs.

Student Well-Being

Student Well-Being provides counseling services, health promotion initiatives, and prevention programs to empower the S&T community to thrive and enhance personal, academic, and professional success.