Visit us in Zink Hall 249.
The Center for Student Academic Support (CSAS) provides support services to all students which will, in combination with the talents and resources of the student, provide opportunities to develop independence and achieve academic and personal success. We believe self-advocacy skills are acquired through support and encouragement promoting autonomy and lifelong learning.
Our job is to help students transition to becoming personally responsible adults who are accountable for their own academic and personal success. CSAS aims to help students develop self-advocacy skills that will serve them throughout life.
All services offered through the Center for Student Academic Support are available at no cost.
Specific services include:
- Academic Counseling
- Academic support workshops
- Disability accommodations
- Proactive student outreach to promote success
- Early Alert Programming
Appointments can be made Monday through Friday, between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m., either in person or by calling 918-631-2315 or emailing CSAS@utulsa.edu.
The University of Tulsa promotes inclusion in all activities and programs and will assist all individuals to enable participation. For assistance regarding accommodations for disabilities, please contact the University’s ADA/504 Coordinator, Dr. Tawny Rigsby (918-631-2315). For arrangements for other personal needs, please contact the program’s sponsor. Program information can be located by calling 918-631-2000 or visiting the online Events Calendar.