Office of Student Success
Whether you're a first-year student or just a few credits shy of graduation, you may need some help as you navigate your path to graduation. We provide checklists, tools, and advice to guide you on your path to a college degree.
Internships are highly recommended in the college because they provide real-world experience. Opportunities for internships as unlimited as your own aspirations. Students who need help seeking an internship can contact the Career Center.
University tutoring and support centers
- Academic Resource Center
- International Student & Scholar Center
- Language Learning and Multimedia Center
- STEM Learning Lab
- Writing and Multiliteracy Center
CAS STAR Center
The College of Arts and Sciences Student Transition and Achievement Resource Center has professional academic advisors, peer mentors, and faculty who can help you explore academic options, internships, research opportunities and study abroad to enrich your academic experience.
All students in the College of Arts and Sciences take either CAS 101 or CAS 103. These courses are designed to introduce you to studies in the College and help you make a smooth transition to college life. You’ll begin your intellectual journey to think critically, solve problems, and make decisions.
The Pre-Science Program is designed for students who were not directly admitted into a science major, but whose goal is to pursue a career in the sciences.
Teaching Assistantship (PDF)
Undergraduates in the College of Arts and Sciences have the opportunity to obtain teaching assistantships. This role carries a unique responsibility, so we've provided you with a set of Teaching Assistant Guidelines.
The Peer Assisted Learning (PAL) program is a voluntary academic assistance program designed to help students improve their performance in traditionally difficult courses. PAL consists of workshops which are peer led, student-centered study sessions that meet two to three times a week throughout the semester.