Helpful Campus Resources
Helpful Campus Resources
|Academic Coaching at the Learning Center||Collaborate individually with an academic coach to develop and achieve your personal goals. Sessions commonly address efficient work completion, planning, time-management, organization, reading, study strategies, and a balanced college life! Learn more about academic coaching or schedule an appointment with an academic coach.|
|Accessibility Resources and Services||Register with ARS to potentially receive accommodations. If you need to be screened or evaluated for ADHD and/or learning differences, click here to learn more about ADHD and LD screening.|
|Peer Tutoring||Check out peer tutoring to get FREE extra help in some of your tough classes. Drop by Dey Hall from 6-9pm on Tuesdays and Wednesdays or schedule an appointment.|
|Writing Center||The Writing Center is the one-stop shop for all of your writing needs. Meet with a writing coach for assistance with any aspect of the writing process. This can be particularly helpful for planning out and completing long papers. Learn more about writing coaching or schedule an appointment with a writing coach.|
|Study and coaching groups at the Learning Center||The Learning Center offers ongoing study groups for math and science, as well as academic multi-session coaching groups where you can optimize your academic experience with fellow students. Sign up for a group today!|
|Learning Center Workshops||Attend a workshop to learn effective skills and strategies for things like smart studying, managing time, reading, and making or break habits. Register for an upcoming workshop.|
|Writing and Learning Center Tips & Tools||The Learning Center and the Writing Center have a host of handouts and videos to help you be successful. Consult Learning Center Tips & Tools for resources on academic success, and consult Writing Center Tips & Tools for resources on writing.|
|Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)||Receive information, resources, and individual and group supports for managing stress or assistance in setting up community-based supports for ongoing counseling needs. Learn more about CAPS here.|
|Campus Health Services||Visit Campus Health Services for any health/medical need, including assistance with filling your medication.|
|Academic Advising||Make an appointment with Academic Advising, drop in, or chat online with an academic advisor to help with choosing classes, registration, and planning out your academic path to graduation.|
|Help Centers||UNC offers multiple help centers on campus where you can stop by to get some extra support in subjects such as math, biology, chemistry, or physics.|
|Course Substitutions||The Office of Undergraduate Curriculum accepts petitions for course substitutions to meet the Math and/or Foreign Languages Requirement if a student’s disability/difference is interfering and causing them significant difficulty.|
|Office Hours||Visiting office hours can help you show your commitment to the course. Your teaching assistants can help clarify course expectations and requirements. Your professors can also help with tips for mastering the course assignments/exams and can clarify course questions.|
|Study Spaces||Find different types of study locations throughout campus (absolutely quiet, reservable, individual or group, large table, standup desks, etc.). Check out all of the places to study to find the right study spot for you.|
REMEMBER: The UNC Learning Center is a great resource! Both Peer Tutoring and Academic Coaching can help you create a balanced approach to succeeding at Carolina. Our friendly staff is ready to help—drop by or make an appointment!
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