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COVID-19 Response & Resources

We're still available to help you (remotely) with your academic counseling and tutoring. 

The health and safety of our students, employees, and visitors are of the utmost importance to the University.

If you have questions about how the Academic Success Center and The Learning Center are handling safety for COVID-19, please contact us

Visit the University's COVID-19 response website for more information about how the University is responding to the COVID-19 pandemic and ensuring the health of all students and employees.

Tutoring is Available Virtually

The Learning Center has transitioned to virtual tutoring and is available to assist students in a variety of courses. TLC's operating hours remain 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 8 a.m. to noon on Fridays.

TLC will offer our services remotely via Microsoft Teams.

The best way to schedule meetings will be through our chatbox (located on our website) or through Microsoft Teams! Just chat with @jami.rush or @laura.norman1 and we can help you in real time.

How to Get Microsoft Teams >

Dropping a class or changing your major

The Academic Success Center is here to help you drop a class or change your major if you have fewer than 60 credits and/or lower than a 2.0 GPA.

If you have more than 60 credits, you will need to contact your college to drop a class or change your major.

Learn more about changing your major, dropping a class, or getting advising assistance >

Resources for Learning Remotely

We've put together a list of ways you can stay focused on your goals and finish the semester strong.

See the list >

For Faculty Advisors

The transition to remote learning means a shift in advising. We’ve compiled a list of resources and strategies for success with online advising.

Visit remote advising resources >