Practice a mock interview, learn about upcoming job fairs, discover what profession
might best suit your unique skills, and more — the Career Development Center offers
a wide variety of valuable resources to help guide you through college and into your
career after graduation.
The Center for Educational Access is the central resource that provides services to
enable equal access to various programs and services. If you think you might need
academic accommodations, you can register with the CEA here.
No matter what stage you're at in your academic career, the Center for Learning and
Student Success is here to help you accomplish your goals. Learn about the resources
they offer, including tutoring and writing support.
Find out what the U of A's library system can do for you! The New Student FAQs have information about Interlibrary Loans, borrowing privileges, various archives,
online resources, study rooms, and more.
Check out laptops, cameras, and other digital equipment, utilize a team room equipped
with collaboration tools, work on projects in the Digital Media Lab, or simply hang
out in the Gaming Studio — the Student Technology Center has many resources available
for your convenience.
Ever considered studying abroad? Discover more about the many exciting opportunities
to do just that, including which initial steps to take and how to choose the right
program that best suits your personal and academic goals.
Read about Title IX, including an overview of the law and guidelines for reporting a violation. Learn more about prevention and awareness
programming, as well as the numerous resources available to you.
The Treasurer's Office is able to assist you with financial questions related to your
student account. We offer services such as a tuition estimator, e-bills, payment methods
(e.g cash, e-check, credit card), payment plans, and refunding options.