October 12, 2015 at 4:26 pm

Transfer Tip | Don’t Wait to Fail Before Seeking Resources

By Kristi Conrad
Academic Advisor and Transfer Specialist for the College of Arts & Sciences

Having trouble getting used to your course load at Ohio University? Is transitioning to a different amount of class work harder than you thought it would be?

Don’t wait until your grades suffer before asking for help.

There are a variety of resources on campus to help you with your classes.

  • The Academic Advancement Center on the ground floor of Alden Library provides tutoring, supplemental instruction, and has a math and science center.
  • The Student Writing Center on the second floor of Alden Library provides free tutoring for writing assignments.
  • The Allen Student Advising Center in Baker Center provides workshops and coaching.
Kristi Conrad

Kristi Conrad

You can also either schedule an appointment with an adviser in the College of Arts & Sciences Office of Undergraduate Student Affairs at 740-593-2845, or drop in during our Walk-in Wednesdays.

Any transfer-specific issues can be addressed during Walk-in Wednesdays, and we can guide you to services and resources that will lead you to success.

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