Academics at Utica College
Academics at UC
Frequently Asked Questions
A: First, speak with your academic adviser. If you have not yet been assigned an academic adviser or have any additional questions, contact Academic Advising.
A: Utica College maintains a Math and Science Center that offers individual tutoring and counseling services for students who are having particular difficulties in these academic areas. The center is located in room 203 of Hubbard Hall, and is generally open regular business hours Monday through Friday, though hours may vary from semester to semester. Though the Center operates on a walk-in basis, you can also make an appointment to ensure prompt attention. Contact Professor Mary Crawford-Mohat, director of the Math and Science Center at (315) 792-5291 or email@example.com for more information.
A: Check out UC's Writing Center in room 216 of Hubbard Hall, where you can receive individualized tutorial assistance from fellow students under the direction of a faculty advisor. Students may access the Writing Center as often as desired on a walk-in basis, or by appointment. For more information, please contact Professor Mary Ann Janda, director of the Writing Center at (315) 792-3809 or firstname.lastname@example.org
A: It's always a good idea to speak first with the professor who assigned the research. Research help is available at the Frank E. Gannett Library. UC's librarians are professionally trained to assist you in finding information and completing your research-related assignments. You can also find a selection of research tools and information in the Library section of this Web site, including Research Tips and a complete online Research Tutorial.
A: First, talk to your academic adviser. You can also contact the office of career services, located on the second floor of Strebel Student Center.
A: For issues related to your course schedule, speak with your academic adviser. You can also contact the office of the registrar.