The Academic Calendar tells you when tuition and fees are due, when school is closed for holidays, when final exams are given, and when you can view final grades.
If your classes are difficult and you need help, you can go to the All Campus Tutoring Center--FREE for students. Walk-in tutoring is available at set hours every week for many science, math, and business-core courses and study groups are also welcome. The Tutoring Center offers help to students who are taking 100 and 200 level courses. Tutor-facilitated study groups help students with course material, study skills, strategies, and motivation for academic success.
If you need help with any paper, stop by the Writing Center. No appointment is needed and the tutoring service is free. Certified tutors can help you brainstorm ideas, outline and draft a paper, research, revise, and proofread the final copy. The tutors can also help you use correct citation in your papers and offer help with grammar.
The Lydia M. Olson library is located on the second and third floors of the Harden Learning Resources Center on campus. It contains books and journals and provides access to numerous databases. There are study areas, conference rooms, photocopy machines, printers, audiovisual and multimedia equipment, and machines for making transparencies and laminations for projects. Wireless internet is available, and there are computers that can be used to search for books, online articles, and other helpful information.
As an international student, you should keep yourself updated with the news on the International Programs web site. If you have questions about student visas, working on campus, and immigration information, you can find information on this web site. You can also call the phone numbers listed on the web pages for further help.