Undergraduate Academic Resources
The Academic Advising Center coordinates the undergraduate and graduate advising system, providing students with information about academic programs as well as special study opportunities. It also administers admission to graduate degree programs.
All St. Louis-area students may visit this office for academic advising assistance and registration or to pick up catalogs, course schedules, add/drop slips, withdrawal forms, and change of advisor forms. The Academic Advising staff approves all semester overloads and may provide undergraduate advising services whenever a faculty advisor is not available. The staff assist graduate students with transfers of credit hours, course waiver requests, and petitions to graduate.
Visit the Advising page for hours of operation and to contact specific advisers.
The Academic Resource Center provides a range of services to help students succeed. The center offers peer tutoring, test preparation aid, study and organizational skills help, services for students with special needs or disabilities and more.
The ARC is also home to the Writing Center, where students can get expert assistance from qualified writing coaches.
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