Success in college is more than just getting good grades. Academic advising and support can help ensure you’re on the right path and getting the most out of your coursework. Here you’ll find how to access academic advisors, specialized program advisors, and tutoring resources.
The Academic Services Center advises CLAS students and students considering a CLAS major. Through the Center, you can make an appointment with an advisor, find out your department advising contact, and obtain a dean’s signature for academic procedures.
The Quantitative Learning Center (Q Center) provides direct assistance to students taking quantitative intensive (Q) courses. Visit their page to learn about peer tutoring, review sessions, and innovative learning tools.
If you’re a first-generation student, need some extra support adjusting to the campus culture, or want to explore opportunities for students from underrepresented backgrounds, visit the Center for Academic Programs.
The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences is the academic core of learning and research at UConn. We are committed to the full spectrum of academics across the sciences, social sciences, and humanities. We give students a liberal arts and sciences education that empowers them with broad knowledge, transferable skills, and an ability to think critically about important issues across a variety of disciplines.
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
215 Glenbrook Road, U-4098
Storrs, Connecticut 06269-4098