UNIVERSITY CENTER FOR LEARNING ASSISTANCE UCLA 133 Stevenson Hall Campus Box

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UNIVERSITY CENTER FOR LEARNING ASSISTANCE (UCLA) 133 Stevenson Hall, Campus Box 4070 (309) 438-7100 The focus of the services provided by the University Center for Learning Assistance is assisting all students to become independent and successful learners by helping them discover what to learn and how to learn it. UCLA sponsors vari- Academic Services
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49 ous types of learning assistance. Tutorials in General Education courses typically involve regu- lar weekly meetings between tutors and students. Tutors are also available to answer questions on a “drop-in” basis. One-to-one writing assistance is available to students at all levels and in courses across the curriculum. Small group or personal coaching and regularly scheduled workshops are available to help students build writing, reading, study, and test-taking skills. Call the Center for more information, or come in to request or to regis- ter for any of the learning assistance services. UNIVERSITY COLLEGE TESTING SERVICES 346 Fell Hall, Campus Box 4060 (309) 438-2100 The University College Testing Services adminis- ters college-related tests such as the COMPASS Math Placement and the Constitution exams. University College Testing Services also provides information and registration materials for selected national stan- dardized tests including ACT, CLEP, GRE, GMAT, and TOEFL. University College’s Testing Services are also available to the community. Please feel free to call the office for more information. Additional Academic Services COMPUTER AND INFORMATION SERVICES Campus Technology Support Group University Computer Help Desk (309) 438-HELP Student Computer Ownership Initiative: All new students to the University are required to bring a personal computer that meets the University’s published minimum hardware and software stan- dards. For mobility and flexibility reasons, laptops are strongly recommended. No student will be pre- vented from attending classes based on an inability to purchase a computer. Different financial resources are available to students including adding the cost of a computer to a student’s “total cost of attendance.” The cost of attendance is one of the factors that determines the amount of financial aid offered. Assistance, help, specifications, and more information on the policy can be found at TechZone, Bone Student Center 2nd floor, or . iCampus Portal: The iCampus portal, at , allows students to register for classes, view course registration information and Planner, to view their grades, schedule, text- books, financial aid status, email, Redbird card bal- ance and more through a Web browser from any- where in the world. Internet Access: There are many convenient methods for connecting to Illinois State University over the Internet. All residence halls provide high- speed Ethernet access. There are also public net- work jacks and wireless connectivity available in many locations on campus for mobile laptop users, including areas in Milner Library, the Bone Student Center, and all residence hall dining areas.
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