Good Luck on exams! If you need some extra assistance, here are helpful places you can go to help you survive exam week:
American Intercultural Center: First and foremost, the AIC. The American Intercultural has two advisors: Crystal Lepscier and Mai Lo Lee. They are here to help students in their time of need as well as achieve their goals. They have many available resources and here to support students. Drop in the AIC (Union Room 150, across from the SGA office) or call (920-465-2720) to make an appointment.
Academic Advising: Counseling & Health Center: We offer counseling to all students. Counselors can assist students in dealing with a wide range of personal issues, providing short term counseling, crisis intervention, information and referral.
Issues that students often seek assistance with include but are not limited to concerns such as: study habits, relationship issues, adjustment to school, procrastination, eating disorders, depression, alcohol and drug concerns, test anxiety, and self-exploration.
The Counseling and Health Center is located in Student Services room 1400 (around the Dean of Students Office).The office hours are: 8:00am – 4:30pm, Monday through Friday. Stop in or call (920) 465-2380 for an appointment.
Tutoring & Learning Services: Free academic support in a variety of undergraduate subjects each semester. Individual Tutoring and Study Groups are available. Peer Tutors will offer one-on-one assistance during individual tutoring sessions. Study Group Leaders guide study groups. They are able to answer questions, review course material, assist with preparing for exams, guide discussion and provide tips on study strategies in the content area. Located in Cofrin Library 102 (bottom floor past garden café). Call to make an appointment: 920-465-2958.
Writing Center: The goal at the Writing Center is to help UWGB students to become better writers, writers who can find the strengths and weaknesses in their own writing and revise accordingly. That means we’re happy to give advice to UWGB students at any stage in the writing process, from the person who just received the assignment and wants to talk about possible approaches to the one who’s almost done and just has a few questions about citation format or comma usage. Located in Cofrin Library 109 (across from the Garden Café). Call to make an appointment: (920) 465-2338.