You have many resources available to help you succeed in your studies. From online library resources to tutoring assistance and technical support, The University of Alabama provides the tools and personal attention you need to perform at your best. Learn about these resources below, and click on the links to find out more about each one.
In addition to regularly scheduled study skills and reading proficiency workshops, supplemental instruction sessions for many quantitative UA courses, and a diverse array of course-based tutorial sessions, the Center for Academic Success (CAS) fosters collaborative relationships among faculty, academic departments and other service units on campus. Visit Center for Academic Success to learn more.
When it comes to doing research, distance learners have a vast amount of full-text resources at their fingertips. The UA Libraries provide thousands of full-text journal articles, newspapers, and magazines as well as collections of electronic books and other primary materials. Distance students can also take advantage of friendly, one-on-one research assistance. Learn more about UA's library services and resources for online students.
The Writing Center provides professional consultations to all students, graduate and undergraduate, on campus and off. Get help with general writing skills and more discipline-specific forms of writing at any stage of the writing process. Visit the Writing Center to learn more.
You can find prompt, knowledgeable help from the Technical Support team. Available Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m., they respond to phone and email requests for help with Blackboard Learn and general technical issues. Visit Technical Support to learn more.
Find links to other campus resources below.