Student Resources

The Center for Student Academic Success has developed some materials to help students succeed regardless of whether you are an incoming freshman or if you’re a non-traditional student. For more assistance beyond these resources, come see us!

Stress Relief

HandoutsVideos
Progressive Muscle Relaxation 2019
Deep Breathing Exercises 2019

Time Management

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Creating a Schedule 2019
How to Use a Planner
Pomodoro Technique Handout for Students
Daily Planner
Becoming a "Planner Person"
Project Manager
Task Management for Online Learning

Note Taking

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How to Detect Important Information During Lectures

Notetaking - Five Methods of Notetaking
Lecture Notetaking Sample
Lecture Notetaking Outline
Lecture Notetaking: Art
Notetaking Shorthand
Notetaking strategies for students with ADHD

Test Preparation

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Top 10 Test Prep Strategies 2019
5-Day Test Prep
5-Day Test Prep Handout 2018Preparing for Finals
Top 10 Strategies for Test Day (During the Test)
Exam Preparation Timeline

Academic Strategies

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Top 10 Academic StrategiesStudy Tips
How to Work with Your Professors HandoutCommunicating with Your Professors
Syllabus Sample--how to useSelf-Advocacy
Routine Prevention and Maintenance ChecksTips for Online Learning
Learning and Study Apps for College Students
Calculating GPA Handout 2019
Tips for Online Classes
Self-Advocacy
Using Study Groups
Why You Should Get a Tutor

Learning Styles & Study Methods

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Learning Styles Handout (Study Strategies)Study Tips
SQ4R Study Method
Places to Study on Campus
Multisensory Learning Strategies
Reading Strategies for Students with ADHD
CSAS Reading Tips: Part 2
Learning and Study Apps
Study Conditions Analysis
Top 10 Study Environment Tips
Tips for Math and Science Classes
ADHD Self-feedback Checklist

Guides for Success

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Guide for Success – Incoming FreshmenGoal-setting
Guide for Success – Currently Enrolled StudentsCommunicating with Your Professors
Guide for Success – Commuter Students
Self-Advocacy
Guide for Success – International Students
Guide for Success – Non-Traditional
Guide for Success – Social Opportunities
Guide for Success – Transfer Students
Guide for Success – Veterans

Academic and Support Resources

Alexander Health Center and Student Counseling & Psychological Services…….918-631-2200
Non-emergency medical care and personal counseling services

Bursar’s Office – McClure Hall 106……………………………………………………….918-631-2600
Billing questions, payment plans, check cashing, student medical insurance enrollment, student refunds

Center for Career Development & Professional Engagement, Hardesty Hall | Holmes Student Center | 2nd Floor…918-631-2549
Major and career exploration assessments, internships, job fairs, resume writing

Center for Global Education, Student Union 233…………………………………………..918-631-3229    Study abroad, university partnerships and exchanges, TU Global Scholars, campus internationalization

Center for Student Academic Success, Hardesty Hall | Holmes Student Center | 2nd Floor…918-631-2315
Tutoring, academic counseling, academic success workshops, disability services

Collegiate Advising Offices
Advising, enrollment, course scheduling, degree planning, add/drop courses

College of Arts & Sciences, Chapman 111
(Kirsten Olds; Veronica Ostapowich 918-631-2473; Colleen Wilson 918-631-3218; schedule an appointment with A&S)

College of Business, Helmerich 218
(Rick Arrington, 918-631-2214; Tami Barrett, 918-631-3211; Patty Kitchen, 918-631-2553)

College of Engineering & Natural Resources, Keplinger Hall 2400
(Bonnie Dickson 918-631-2293; Lindsey Schneider 918-631-2223; Amy Stroud 918-631-2224)

College of Health Sciences, 1215 S. Boulder…………………………..918-631-2931
(Lindsey Perry or HealthSciences@utulsa.edu)

Housing and Dining, Fisher Hall……………………………………………………..918-631-2516        Housing questions, parking permits, meal plan changes, card services 

Hurricane Health Clinic, 1215 S. Boulder……………………………………..918-631-2974
Non-emergency medical care

International Student Services, Student Union 233………………………..918-631-2329
International undergraduate admissions, cultural and academic adjustment, emergency assistance, student and scholar immigration advising

International Student Success Center, Oliphant Hall 201……………………918-631-3463
English language support, adjustment to university life, workshops

Mary Kay Chapman Speech and Hearing Clinic, 2820 E. 5th St…………..918-631-2504
Speech/Language/Hearing assessment and therapy

McFarlin Library Resources and Services…………………..918-631-2873
http://utulsa.libguides.com/library_homepage

Student Affairs/Multicultural Student Affairs, Hardesty Hall | Holmes Student Center | 3rd Floor…..918-631-2327
Education programs and co-curricular activities designed to promote academic success, personal and social development and global citizenship

Student Financial Services, Collins Hall, 1st Floor………………………….918-631-2526
Scholarships, financial aid, loans and FAFSA

Student Financial Wellness, Hardesty Hall 2nd Floor………………………….918-631-2370
Financial wellness counselors are available by appointment by phone or email tufinancialwellness@utulsa.edu.

Veterans Affairs, McClure Hall 103……………………………………………………918-631-3985
Veteran benefits: Post 9/11 G.I. Bill to include Yellow Ribbon, Montgomery G.I. Bill, Voc Rehab and the Survivor’s & Dependent’s Educational Assistance programs

Tutoring Resources

Accounting

TBA

Computer Science

TBA

CSAS

CSAS Tutoring Walk-In hours have been canceled until further notice. Tutoring is now available online by appointment. To schedule an appointment, please email tutoring@utulsa.edu or Nicholas McMillan, ndm355@utulsa.edu.

History

History Tutoring:
Spring 2020 Hours: Thursday 12 PM to 1 PM
Also available at additional times. Please contact ert7422@utulsa.edu for more information.

Mathematics

Math Lab Walk-In hours have been canceled until further notice. Tutoring is now available online by appointment. To schedule an appointment, please email tutoring@utulsa.edu.

For questions contact Amy Schachle, amy-adams@utulsa.edu, (918) 631-2289; or Nicholas McMillan, ndm355@utulsa.edu, (918) 631-2318.

Writing Center

To make an appointment or check hours, go to utulsa.mywconline.com.

For more info visit the Helen N. Wallace Writing Center webpage.

Interpersonal Violence

Title IX makes it clear that violence and harassment based on sex and gender is a civil rights offense subject to the same kinds of accountability and the same kinds of support applied to offenses against other protected categories such as race, national origin, etc. If you or someone you know has been assaulted, harassed or stalked, or if you have questions about violence prevention, there are several resources available to you.

Title IX Coordinator…………………………………..918-631-4602
Office of Violence Prevention…………………………918-631-2324
TU Counseling and Psychological Services……………..918-631-2200
Campus Security………………………………………….918-631-5555
Domestic Violence Intervention Services………………..918-805-4867 918-743-5763
Tulsa Police Department………………………………918-596-9222

More information on resources and a link to The University of Tulsa’s Sexual Assault Policy may be found at utulsa.edu/assault-resources.

If you have other questions that are not answered here, please call the Title IX coordinator at 918-631-4602. They will be happy to answer any questions and provide you with the resources you need. Every student on our campus has the right to resources. Please come forward and ask questions, report and help us eradicate interpersonal violence by stopping the silence surrounding it.