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Academics Hub

Academics Hub

Formal academic supports are not guaranteed in post-secondary school settings, but that doesn’t mean you’re all on your own. Many universities have writing centers, teaching assistants who can tutor one-on-one, and a dedicated office of disability supports to help you navigate college and take advantage of any academic or housing accommodations that are available.

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New to College?

Here are some featured articles that will help you become familiar with the higher academic demands in college, as well as navigate the different social dynamics around communicating and working with others.


College Prep Resources

So you're heading off to college! Here are some tips and resources to help you better prepare.


Academic Supports

Learn about the law on academic supports and how a range of responsibilities shift onto the student in college.


It's important to communicate well.

Whether you're sending a resume to a potential employer or asking a question to a professor, here are tips on constructing a solid email.

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What Is Possible

“Transitions are not about what is probable but about what is possible.” This quote, slightly...

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Unfortunately, stress is a common emotion that people deal with frequently – many of your...

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