Academic Achievement Center: Online Consultations
The Academic Achievement Center will be providing tutoring, supplemental instruction, and academic skills services virtually beginning Monday, March 23. 2020. If you are currently working with a tutor or enrolled in a course with supplemental instruction, information for access to these sessions will be provided by your tutor or SI leader. If you are making a new request, please visit our website to request a tutor or assistance with academic skills like time management, test taking strategies, note-taking, or test preparation. You may also email your questions to email@example.com.
OARS provides appropriate academic accommodations for students with disabilities. This website includes guidelines for registering with OARS and documenting a disability. If you are a student with a disability who is not registered with OARS, contact OARS at firstname.lastname@example.org to determine what accommodations might be available to you. If you don’t have documentation readily available at this time, it will be required when normal operations resume.
Assistive Technology provided by ITS
This web page provides links to assistive technology software supported by ITS, as well as resources for supporting online accessibility.
Dean of Students Office
The Dean of Students Office works with students, their families, faculty, and staff to create a culture of care in which students feel supported and empowered to succeed.
Digital Act Studio (DACT)
DACT provides support for students who need assistance with creating digital projects including slide presentations, podcasts, digital photography, websites and other digital media. You can schedule online consultations for a 1-on-1 or group session with DACT.
The Graduate School
The Graduate School is committed to the support of its graduate students from across the U.S. and around the world. From disseminating program and admission information to prospective students to reviewing theses/dissertations for formatting requirements to processing applications for Graduation.
Online Math Help Center
Between March 16, 2020 and March 20, 2020, virtual tutoring will be available for students currently enrolled in WEB courses (MAT 112-02, MAT 115-05, MAT 115-12, MAT 120-03, MAT 120-04, MAT 150-05, STA 108-01, STA 108-02). If you are enrolled in one of these courses, you will receive instructions for accessing virtual tutoring through your course’s Canvas Announcements.
Beginning March 23, 2020, virtual tutoring will be available for all students enrolled in 100-300 level math and stats classes. Information on how to connect with your tutor will be sent through your course’s Canvas Announcements.
Online Writing Center
The Writing Center connects writers to readers in collaborative sessions. Through your iSpartan email account, you’ll be able to share your paper with a consultant. As you are both reviewing the text, you and the consultant will begin a conversation over the phone about your writing.
Students First Office
This is a one-stop-shop for assisting students with advising, academic recovery, academic transition, appeals, and graduation planning.
Student Services Available to Online Students
This website provides a list of links to essential services, student support, academic support, and technology support resources.
StudySpace is a reservation website for commuter students who are on campus for face-to-face courses, but who may also need private or semi-private space to sign in for synchronous online courses. Students can access the StudySpace reservation system at studyspace.uncg.edu and in the Student Persona on the UNCG Mobile app. A log-in with UNCG credentials is required.
You can access the bookstore’s site to find textbooks, locate digital course materials, or search for open educational resources (OER). Additionally, you can order any necessary electronics or computing accessories through this site.
The University Libraries have ebooks, articles, videos, and more to help you complete your work.
- Library research guides by subject find articles, ebooks, and more for any UNCG program.
- Ask a librarian. Librarians can answer your questions about research or citation from wherever you are!
University Speaking Center: Online Consultations
The Speaking Center helps speakers develop confidence and competence in their oral communication abilities. You can meet for 30 minutes with a consultant to discuss the best ways to get your thoughts into a well-organized speech or prepare for your next presentation.