Campus Resources

The University of Illinois provides assistance to students through a number of resources. See below for more information about some of these services. The Division of General Studies also maintains a list of available academic resources.

Career Center

The Career Center provides Illinois students with support focused on career and professional development, including resumes, cover letters, and Linkin reviews, mock interviews, and career coaching. Visit the Career Center website for more information.

Center for Academic Resources in Engineering (CARE) 

CARE provides academic resources to undergraduate engineering students. These include workshops, tutoring, study groups, peer advising, and course review sessions. Visit the CARE tutoring website to learn more about their services.

Chemistry Learning Center

The Chemistry Learning Center provides help with homework and space and resources to study to undergraduates who are enrolled in general chemistry. Visit the Chemistry Learning Center website for more information.

Counseling Center

The counseling Center provides “a range of services intended to help students develop improved coping skills in order to address emotional, interpersonal, and academic concerns through individual, couples, and group counseling, workshops, etc. Visit the Counseling Center website for more information.

Disability Resources and Educational Services (DRES)

DRES coordinates services for students with disabilities and provides a range of services to students with documented disabilities, from adapted testing to campus accessibility issues to assisted living and accessible transportation. Visit the DRES website for more information.

Econ Tutoring Center

Student tutors at the Econ Tutoring Center offer tutoring on general questions and concepts for a variety of courses. Visit the Econ Tutoring Center website for more information.

Gies College of Business Peer Tutoring

Gies Peer Tutors provide individual and group tutoring sessions for Business majors for a variety of courses, including FIN 221 and ECON courses. Visit the Gies Peer Tutoring website for more information.

Graduate Career Development Office 

The Graduate Career Development Office supports graduate students and postdocs during their graduate and post0graduate career and during the job market. They provide appointments with career advisors, workshops, job postings, video tutorials, and more. Visit the Graduate Career Development Office website for more information.

Math Tutoring

The Mathematics Department offers free tutoring to students. Visit their tutoring page for more information.

Molecular and Cellular Biology (MCB) Learning Center

In addition to providing a space and resources for studying, many TAs and professors from the School of Molecular and Cellular Biology hold office hours at the MCB Learning Center. Students can meet with any TA assigned to their specific course at the MCB Learning Center. Visit the MCB Learning Center website for more information.

Office of Minority Student Affairs Affairs (OMSA) Tutoring and Academic Services 

The Office of Minority Student Affairs (OMSA) Tutoring and Academic Services provides a range of services and resources, including tutoring, structured study groups, academic skills consultations, and review sessions. Visit the OMSA Tutoring and Academic Services website for more information.