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The University of Toledo offers a variety of academic support to our students.
Division of Student Success
The Division of Student Success is a home for empowering student success, bringing together programs and services designed to support and enhance a student's academic journey.
Students may find services and support to help ensure their academic success at The University of Toledo. The following programs and services can help students achieve and manitain academic success.
Office of Academic Access
Office of Academic Access provides academic accommodations to students with disabilities. The first step to becoming registered with their office is to submit disability documentation to their office. Click here for more information.
Career Services offer resources and strategies for choosing a college major, developing career plans, preparing for a job search and interview, finding on– and off-campus part-time jobs, and identifying internships and full-time career positions. They also have one of the most comprehensive career libraries on campus as well as an alumni contact network.
Office of International Student Services
The Office of International Student Services provides assistance and services to international students at The University of Toledo, helping students transition to life at UT and in the United States, serving as a resource regarding orientation, visa requirements, on-campus and off-campus housing, banking, and international student health insurance
Student Athletic Academic Services
Student Athletic Academic Service staff provides a variety of services to assist all student-athletes with their academic progress. Services include guidance with course scheduling, targeting (a time management program), study table, individualized and group tutoring, and academic and career counseling.
Tutoring at the Learning Enhancement Center
The Learning Enhancement Center provides academic assistance to all University of Toledo students. Services include free tutoring in subjects such as science, math, business, foreign language and study strategies; Supplemental Instruction - which is peer-led study sessions for targeted courses; and workshops. Now offers online tutoring in math up to calculus II and statistics.
The University of Toledo has many testing services for the convenience of its students and the community. The Test Centers provides the following testing services: make-up testing, placement testing, CLEP testing, ACT Testing, ETS Testing, Pearson VUE Testing, Certification & Licensure Tests, Internet Based Testing, distance learning testing proctoring, skills assessment testing and other.
TRIO Student Support Services
TRIO-Student Support Services goal provides an environment that encourages excellence, supports success and fosters involvement. Services include orientation and study-skills courses, multicultural social events, individual academic advising, tutoring, and career and social adjustment counseling, as well as helping students to utilize existing university services. Eligibility is based one of three areas: First-Generation Eligible, Disability Eligible or Low Income Eligible.
Office of Student Experience
Office of Student Experience is a resource for students' questions, concerns and problems. Students should contact this office if they have a concern and are not sure how to resolve it, want to discuss a sensitive issue in confidence, have a complaint about an office or service at UT, feel that a policy or procedure has been applied to you unfairly or have suggestions for improving UT policies and procedures. The director investigates the nature of complaints confidentially and impartially in order to achieve equitable settlements, connecting students to the appropriate party for issue resolution.
Students can find ways to enhance their academic journey at The University of Toledo. The following programs can bring new experiences to our student's academic career.
The University of Toledo Honors College is designed specifically to meet the needs of highly motivated and academically talented students. Members of UT's Honors Program, enjoy a challenging and nurturing environment conducive to intellectual growth and discovery.
Service Learning and Community Engagement
Service Learning incorporates outside of the classroom learning with in-class lectures: practical knowledge put to use. Service-Learning is an on-going mutually beneficial experience through which students, faculty, and the Toledo metropolitan community partners foster civic responsibility through active learning and guided reflection.
The Office of Study Abroad collaborates with the many departments and colleges at The University in creating and administering study-abroad opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students. Activities range from short-term summer or faculty-led, inter-term study programs to semester- or year-long (exchange) programs in a host of countries.
The Office of Undergraduate Research is a focal point for research opportunities for undergraduate students. This office can assist you with finding funding opportunities for student research.
UT has programs that help first year students during their transition to college life.
First Year Experience
The University of Toledo implements a number of initiatives to enhance the quality of the first-year experience (FYE) and bolster the success of new students. The "first year experience" ensures that our UT first-year students are supported through the use of peer mentors, orientation classes, service learning, freshman activities, and increased interaction with faculty outside the classroom.
The Office of New Student Orientation Programs facilitates the planning and implementation of Rocket Launch and Rocket Transition, the official orientation programs for new students attending The University of Toledo.
The Writing Center
The Writing Center works with current UT undergraduate and graduate students, faculty and staff on a variety of writing projects in any subject. Experienced, polished writers read, review, and respond to papers to assist student writers individually at any stage of academic or personal writing. Students may meet with Writing Center tutors in order to generate ideas, organize notes and thoughts, and receive feedback on drafts or completed papers. Types of documents that are often brought to the Writing Center include essays and research papers, creative writing, thesis and dissertations, grant proposals, professional publications and scholarship/job applications.
Mentoring Programs at UT
The Women in STEMM Excelling (WISE) Mentor Program
WISE is a mentor program for women interested in pursuing undergraduate degrees in any of the Science, Technology, Engineering, Math or Medicine (STEMM) areas of study. WISE will link women science students with mentors, academic support, and a peer community during their first year of study. Our goal is to ensure that all women students interested in a STEMM degree will receive the necessary support and encouragement to have a successful career at UT and beyond.
The Mentoring Collaborative
The Mentoring Collaborative serves undergraduate students, matching them with mentors who are professionals in the field of the student's interest, to assist them with life skills and career development to support and enhance their campus and in their professional experiences. The Mentoring Collaborative works primarily with the College of Pharmacy and other health science related students and with the Judith Herb College of Education.
African-American Student Enrichment Initiatives Office Mentoring
Making a connection with people who have blazed the trails will make the college transition smoother. The African-American Student Enrichment Initiatives Office, in conjunction with Miniya (African-American Female Mentorship) and the Student African-American Brotherhood (S.A.A.B.), pairs new freshmen with an upper-class student and either a faculty, staff, or community member.
The Primos program is especially designed for first-year Latino students at UT. Primos priority is to help students ease into making the transition from high school to college by pairing them with trained peer mentors. Mentors coach and inform new students about University resources enabling them to become more successful than they already are. Contact Sabina Serratos, Director of The Office of Latino initiatives, at 419.530.2992 to find out more about the program.
The University Libraries serve students, faculty, and staff on every campus, connecting them with the resources needed for education and research.
Academic Enrichment Center (HSC students only)
Academic Enrichment Center is (for Health Science students only) provides resources and assistance for students to enhance their academic performance, such as: study plans for course clerkships, and licensure exams; learning style assessment and study techniques recommendations; test-taking strategies and overcoming test anxiety; time management; and tutoring and supplemental instruction for select courses.
Current Student Resources
Parents, here is a link to a list of resources for current UT students.