Student Success and Support

Academic Support

Tutoring - Learning Enhancement Center

The Learning Enhancement Center (LEC) provides all University of Toledo undergraduate students with accessible, professional, academic support services to enhance student success and retention. The LEC offers FREE tutoring in math, science, engineering, statistics, and business as well as academic coaching and workshops.

 Students can access online tutoring services on the LEC website.  If students have questions about the tutoring, phone 419.530.2449, or email

For instructions on how to access Supplemental Instruction (SI)review the information on this page. Supplemental instruction (SI) is a peer-led, informal study group designed to help students succeed in academically demanding courses. Students with questions can contact Supplemental Instruction staff by  phone 419.530.2169, or email

Writing Center

The Writing Center assists all University of Toledo students on a variety of writing projects in any subject and at any point in the writing process. Writing Center Consultants provide feedback to help students generate ideas, organize thoughts, and clarify main points in addition to helping with the revision process. For step-by-step instructions on how to schedule an appointment, click here

Online Writing Support - Synchronous (existing or occurring at the same time) or asynchronous (not existing or occurring at the same time) appointments are available for students to schedule. Students with questions about the Writing Center can contact staff by phone 419.530.7753, or email


UToledo remains dedicated to your career success. Career Services can still assist you with career exploration, resumes, cover letters, mock interviews and job searches. The Virtual Career Center is available 24/7 via the myUT portal under the University Career Services heading. You may also participate in a remote staff consultation via phone, email, Zoom or WebEx.

To schedule a remote appointment, email or self-schedule your appointment via Handshake. We’re especially encouraging  graduates to contact Career Services for help with post-graduation employment.

Career Services provides comprehensive career planning and employment access opportunities for all UT students and alumni.

  • Career Services offers a wide range of career readiness online resources, tools and e-guides including: self-assessments for exploring career and education possibilities, exploring job opportunities around the globe, resume and cover letter writing, interview skills development, and job search strategies. All online resources can be accessed via the myUT portal under the University Career Services heading.
  • The Career Services Resume Dropbox is available any time of day for students to submit their resumes, CVs, and cover letters for critique with a 48-hour turn-around. This service is accessed on the Career Services website.
  • Scheduled appointments through “Handshake” and walk-in appointments are available addressing career and professional development needs including:
    • Career and major exploration and career planning;
    • Resume, CV and cover letter writing assistance;
    • Mock interviews;
    • Professional dress and etiquette advice;
    • Social media presence and job search strategies.
  • The Career Studio, staffed by Career Ambassadors (peer advisors), is available during business hours (Fall/Spring semesters) for students to get their resumes, CVs, and cover letters critiqued, to answer career-related questions, to get help with online career tools and to use computers and a printer for career-related activities.
  • Career Services works with employers to secure part-time, full-time and internship opportunities. "Handshake" is the online employment platform where students and alumni can access and apply for positions. 
  • Professional interview attire is available at no-cost through Rocket Style Career Closet. Career Services also partners with JCPenney in the spring and fall for Suit-Up events where students received a significant discount on professional attire and accessories.
  • Professional Headshot Booth offers high-quality professional headshots at no cost that are sent directly to each user's emails. The Professional Headshot Booth is in the Thompson Student Union, first floor. Students and alumni can access the booth during regular Student Union operating hours. 

Students are encouraged to connect with Career Services online and in person beginning in their first year and to continue throughout their academic career.

Library Services

Services such as book delivery by interlibrary loan and OhioLINK will be suspended. However, access to the University’s electronic collections will still be available; connect to our extensive selection of digital titles via UTMOST Discovery or browse our fully online journals.

Chat, phone and email reference services will be active as well.

Office of Accessibility and Disability Resources

Office of Accessibility and Disability Resources works with students with various disabilities which include mental health conditions, chronic health conditions, learning disabilities, sensory and mobility impairments and temporary medical conditions. 

Please connect with Office of Accessibility and Disability Resources by emailing or by calling 419.530.4981. More information is available at the Office of Accessibility and Disability Resources website.

ONLINE learning support

Have technical issues affecting your remote learning? UToledo’s Online Learning Help Desk can assist you. You can call the Help Desk at 866.886.5336 or email

If you have general technical questions, The University of Toledo’s IT support staff is ready to help. Contact us 24/7 for assistance with your technical issues by phone 419.530.2400, email or at

Last Updated: 9/6/23