Academic Resources

Here at SUU, we pride ourselves in offering a wide-array of resources, both inside and outside the classroom, to help you succeed. Below are a few of these resources:

  • Faculty Office Hours: Your professors are available for scheduled drop-in hours. Prepare your questions and bring your notes. Office hours/locations are listed in the course syllabus on Canvas (you can also request to meet with your professor outside of his or her posted office hours).

  • Career Center: The Career Center can help you find a job, explore career options, create your resume, and practice your interview skills: https://www.suu.edu/careercenter/

  • Disability Support Office: Students with medical, psychological, learning or other disabilities should contact the Coordinator of Services for Students with Disabilities (SSD). The SSD determines each student’s eligibility for academic accommodations or aids: https://www.suu.edu/disabilityservices/

  • Health and Wellness Office: This office provides information and support to students regarding their own or someone else’s health and well-being: https://www.suu.edu/health/

  • Library: Get help with research from info-wizards (a.k.a. librarians), use a computer, print off assignments, check-out an Ipad, use a study room, find lost items in the campus lost and found, and more: http://www.li.suu.edu/

  • Registars: Handles all registration, transcripts, transfer credit evaluation, course scheduling, and graduation evaluation: https://www.suu.edu/registrar/

  • Speech & Presentation Center: Assists students with any of their presentation needs: https://www.suu.edu/siel/speech-center/

  • Student Success Advising: Helps clarify educational goals, assists in developing academic plans, helps select appropriate coursework, interprets university policies and academic requirements, directs students toward additional sources of information, and guides students through the academic decision making process: https://www.suu.edu/advising/

  • Testing Center: Math and English placement exams, many national exams (like the GRE, MCAT, & Praxis), and exams for some courses: https://www.suu.edu/testing-center/

  • Tutoring Center: Free drop-in tutoring is offered for many subjects. Private tutoring is also available: https://www.suu.edu/tutoring/

  • Writing Center: Trained peer writing tutors will help students with any piece of writing at any stage of the process, from rough idea to final draft: http://suu.edu/hss/writingcenter

Based off the information in this video you should be able to answer the following questions.

  • Why is experiential learning important at SUU?
  • Where can you go for help on a presentation?
  • T/F SUU offers free drop-in tutoring for most subjects.
  • What are some of the resources on campus to help me succeed academically?