Additional Support Services
Academic advisement is a process where a faculty member or professional counselor works with a student to answer questions and offer guidance about academic programs and future career fields. The student/advisor relationship plays a key role in appropriate course selection, academic progression, and academic achievement.
If a student enrolls with a declared major, the assigned advisor is a faculty member from the academic major. If undeclared upon enrollment, a professional counselor from the Office of Student Success will serve as the academic advisor.
For more information, contact the Office of Student Success.
Career Services help students with co-ops, internships, completing their credential files, and securing employment or admission to graduate school prior to graduation.
The Office of Career Services is located on the second floor of Strebel Student Center and is dedicated to helping students with the variety of tasks inherent in their education and personal development. For more information, visit the Career Services Web page or contact Career Services at (315) 792-3087, email@example.com.
Financial Aid Advising
Academic Support Services works closely with Financial Aid and Business Affairs to follow up on requests from both offices assisting students to better understand the financial aid process.
For more information, visit Student Financial Services.
Please visit our Student Counseling Services site.
Tutorial Services are free of charge to all Utica College students and are coordinated through the Office of Opportunity Programs.
For more information, please visit our Tutorial Services page.
Other Academic Resources
Learn more about other support services:
The Utica College Writing Center
The Writing Center provides peer tutoring support for writers in process, a library of resource material, and access to an active, ongoing conversation about college writing. Peer tutors are available on a drop-in or appointment basis. The Writing Center located on the ground floor of Frank E. Gannett Memorial Library.
The Math and Science Center
The center offers individual tutoring and assistance to students with particular math and science problems. Students can stop in for tutoring. Although hours vary during each semester and are posted on the door of the center, the center usually is open during working hours Monday through Friday. The Math and Science Center is located on the ground floor of Frank E. Gannett Memorial Library. The Center works on a walk-in or appointment basis.
Read & Write Gold
Innovative software equipped with features that can support students in reading, writing, research, and studying. For more information, please contact the Office of Learning Services.