Academic Resources

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You're stuck on your H2P paper and midterms are next week. Don't despair: there are resources on campus if you are feeling overwhelmed and uninspired.

  • CLASS+ offers walk-in tutoring on courses ranging from differential equations to organic chemistry to French. They also provide workshops and supplemental instruction (S.I.), a series of weekly review sessions for tough courses.
  • The Quality Writing Center provides one-on-one tutoring, in person and online, for your writing projects.
  • The Student Technology Center offers tech support and one-on-one tutoring for students, faculty and staff working on multimedia projects. The new digital media lab and tech lounge supports interactive collaboration.

A word about cheating or violating the Code of Student Life: don't! The University of Arkansas expects all students to maintain the highest standards of intellectual honesty, appropriate behavior and individual integrity. Students found responsible for academic integrity violations or violations of the Code of Student Life are not eligible to apply for or receive Honors College grants for a period of at least one year beyond date of determination of responsibility. In addition, violating the Academic Integrity Policy and/or the Code of Student Life may result in your removal from the Honors College and your honors program.

Don't jeopardize your fellowship, scholarship or honors status because you didn't know the rules! 

Here is more information about Academic Integrity and the Code of Student Life.

Questions? For any issues or problems with your coursework, we recommend that you contact the instructor in your course and/or your academic advisor. Many departments and colleges also provide academic support programs.