Academic Counseling

Student Services Office in cooperation with Provost Office and Academic Departments provide academic counseling including tutoring, program planning and optimal selection of courses leading to graduation. The office provides help for students in academic difficulty in cooperation with the faculty mentors, who are introduced and offered to new students. Teaching assistants and senior graduate students provide tutoring advised by instructors and requested from student services.

Students with excessive absences, low grades at midterm examinations or at the end of the term, and students indicating an intention to withdraw from the University are strongly advised to seek counseling. Every effort is made to assist students in identifying and resolving areas of difficulty.

If you feel that you need additional tutoring, or simply would like to discuss your academic options, please do not hesitate to contact the Department of Student Services at and schedule an appointment.