Academic Advising & Support
We'll See You @ UC.
If you’re just starting out or going back to school, you need support. University Center’s academic advising team is here to help with your college education. When you have questions, need assistance with course planning or just want a little direction, we'll see you at UC.
Tutoring and Resources
In addition to academic advising, University Center offers workshops, tutoring, online lab tutorials and much more. Visit Academic Resources to access study resources, tips, and guidance on your program of study that will help you academically excel at University Center.
Student Success Center
The Student Success Center can help you improve your study habits, provide tips on taking better notes, connect you with a tutor. You can also relax or to replenish your energy in our quiet space. Through online or face-to-face workshops and advising, you can learn how to succeed in earning your certificate or degree. Participation is open to anyone and is free; learn more about The Student Success Center by sending us your information and/or simply stopping by today.
Registration for Fall 2018 & Spring 2019
CURRENT student registration is happening now! Work with your academic advisor or faculty advisor to plan for Fall and Spring classes (See Webadvisor under "My Profile" to view contact information). Also, visit the Academic Calendar for details and dates regarding registration. Students can see what is offered this coming Fall 2018 and Spring 2019 by logging-in to Webadvisor or visiting Course Offerings while working with your academic advisor/faculty advisor. For newly accepted students who plan to attend Fall 2018, registration is open.
There will be no classes and UC offices will be closed on Native American Day.View Details
Posted: September 25, 2018
Check out these workshops & activities designed to support you to do your best for upcoming midterms!Read More
Fall 2018 Mid-term Deficiencies Due; instructors are required to send midterm deficiency notices on behalf of students who are at a grade below C allowing students time to take action, discuss with advisors, and talk with instructors about improvement.View Details