The Chemistry Resource Room is a place where you can go to study and receive one-on-one help from teaching assistant students in chemistry.
The Engineering Mechanics Instructional Laboratory offers tutoring in engineering courses.
The Math Resource Center is a great resource when you have questions related to any pre-calculus or calculus course.
Services for Students with Disabilities (SSD) provides special assistance to students with disabilities through individualized help and counseling. Because adjusting to college life and its academic demands is a new experience and there are special challenges confronting disabled students, SSD is committed to providing students with the support that will enable them to reach their academic goals.
The Spanish Tutoring Center provides walk-in assistance when you need help in Spanish courses.
SSS offers a broad range of opportunities and services to promote your academic success if you are eligible. Qualifying students possess an academic need, are low-income, or are first generation (neither parent has a bachelor's degree).
Undergraduate Teaching Assistant Corp is an academic assistance program that increases your performance by targeting traditionally difficult academic courses -- those that have a high percentage of D or F grades and withdrawals -- and provides regularly scheduled, out-of-class, peer-facilitated sessions.
The Writing Assistance Center can help you with: Exploring ideas, getting started, drafting, revising, editing, resumes, cover letters, research papers and reports. The center will assist with papers for any course (not just for English classes).
OASIS, in the Jackie Gaughan Multicultural Center, offers free tutoring open to all UNL students. OASIS also provides a mix of academic, diversity, and social programs to support student success. The professional and student staff are familiar with the needs of low-income, first generation, and ethnic minority students.