University College 324 Fell Hall Campus Box 4060 309 438 3217

University college 324 fell hall campus box 4060 309

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University College 324 Fell Hall, Campus Box 4060 (309) 438-3217 University College fosters student success and retention by providing comprehensive academic support services that facilitate student transitions to and within the University community. Programs and services offered or coordinated through University College include University College Academic Advisement, Developmental Mathematics, the Minority Student Academic Center, First Year Learning in Communities, Preview, Student Support Services, TRiO, the University Center for Learning Assistance, and the University College Testing Services. UNIVERSITY COLLEGE ACADEMIC ADVISEMENT 340 Fell Hall, Campus Box 4060 (309) 438-7604 Caring professionals and trained peer advisors in University College Academic Advisement help incoming students with educational planning, course selection and referral services. Professional and peer advisors help students explore academic majors and career options, and assist them in developing plans to meet their goals. Students can obtain information about academic requirements, assistance for declaring or changing a major, and help finding the resources they need to overcome academic difficulties. Students with 24 or fewer semester hours, and all General, Pre-Nursing, and Unclassified students, are served by University College Academic Advisement. DEVELOPMENTAL MATH 118 Schroeder Hall, Campus Box 4060 (309) 438-3360 The Developmental Math unit of University College offers MAT 102 (Basic Algebra), MAT 104 (Intermediate Algebra) and MAT 119.10 (College Algebra) taught by student-centered instructors in a warm, friendly atmosphere that is ACADEMIC SERVICES
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48 conducive to learning. Developmental Math stu- dents are strongly encouraged to make use of tutor- ial assistance provided by instructors, graduate assistants, and undergraduate teaching assistants in the University College math lab. MINORITY STUDENT ACADEMIC CENTER Campus Religious Center Building 210 W. Mulberry Street, Campus Box 4061 (309) 438-3159 The Minority Student Academic Center (MSAC) provides activities that enhance the acade- mic success and retention of minority undergradu- ates. The Center fosters a supportive, comfortable environment for minority students so they can max- imize their academic potential and achieve their academic goals. The array of inter-connected, coor- dinated academic support services available through the Center includes a computer lab and study center, informal study groups, tutorial assis- tance, a grant program for selected students who wish to participate in an academic or professional development activity of their choosing, information about on- and off-campus programs and services that benefit minority students, and referrals to other campus units. To better accommodate the needs of students, MSAC offers extended hours of operation during the academic year.
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  • Fall '15
  • TrevorBelcher
  • Academia, Academic degree, Bachelor's degree

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