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Academic Resources

Student receiving academic assistance

First, visit your course instructors during office hours. Faculty are interested in meeting with you early and often to discuss your progress. By taking the time to meet with your professors outside of class, you demonstrate your interest in learning, and access information and strategies that will help you make improvements.
The Academic Learning Center offers many services to help students succeed. Whether you need feedback on writing papers, tutoring in a class, better strategies for studying, or to schedule a national exam, the Academic Learning Center is available to assist you.
Looking for a quiet place to study? Need to check out books for an upcoming research paper or project? Do you have a paper due soon? The Rod Library can assist you with all of those tasks and much more.
Librarians are available to help you research for papers, speeches, and other projects. You're also able to check out keys to group study rooms, which provide great space for working on group or individual projects.

Are you looking to get a head start on developing your career? Visit Career Services at UNI. Career Services staff provide resume critiques, mock interviews, tips for interviewing, connections to employers, and assistance in the search for internships. They plan a Career Fair on campus once every semester and coordinate interviews for students with employers through the CareerCat system.