Working with...Students in Academic Difficulty
Working with... Students in Academic Difficulty
FAQ: How do I Calculate my GPA? - Includes links to online GPA calculator as well as worksheets (in pdf) to helps students determine:
- GPA Calculation
- Grades Needed to Reach GPA Goal
- Grades Needed to Remain in Good Standing at UNI
Educational Success Assessment (pdf) - This assessment can help a student evaluate the factors that may be contributing to her/his current level of educational success at UNI.
Academic Learning Center - The Academic Learning Center serves all students on the UNI campus who wish to receive additional academic support outside of the classroom. The ACL provides students with a variety of supportive services that will enhance academic achievement and success. Resources also include the Math Center and the Writing Center. Additionally, the Center also serves as a resource for faculty. Through services to students, faculty, and staff, the Center works to enrich the total learning environment.
Reading & Learning Center - The Reading & Learning Center teaches students to develop efficient and effective reading, learning, and test preparation strategies.
Examination and Evaluation Services - Staff is available to help students select, prepare and register for appropriate examinations to achieve academic goals.
Academic Services for Athletes - An athletics academic advisor is available to assist athletes with registration, scheduling, exploration / declaration of major, tutoring referrals, life skills workshops, and referrals for support from Center for Academic Achievement, Disabilities Services, Counseling Center, etc.
Tutoring Services Available at the University of Northern Iowa - Updated each semester, this resource provides information about the programs and tutoring services available to students through both academic departments and student services at UNI.
UNI Counseling Center - The Counseling Center provides a variety of services to UNI students. Counseling services are confidential and provided free of charge to students who have paid the Student Health Fee. There may be a fee charged if any are tests administered. Faculty and staff seeking counseling services are encouraged to utilize the Employee Assistance Program.
Office of Disability Services - Student Disability Services (SDS) is a University of Northern Iowa resources that provides specialized services to enhance the overall academic, career, and personal development of each student with a disability.
Have a recommendation for a resource link to be added to this page? If so, email David Marchesani with your suggestions.