We value Student Academic Success: find your support for the college journey!
Mission Statement: UNC Student Academic Success Departments provide holistic, inclusive support helping students navigate the institution to meet their academic and personal goals by building meaningful relationships and enacting intentional support practices.
Most services and support on campus are included in YOUR fees and tuition. Use the community of support to get the most out of being a UNC Bear. You might meet with many people from Student Academic Success:
- Academic Advisors from your Major and Minor
- Peer Mentors and Tutors for Study Help and Essay Writing
- Success Coaches from Academic Support Programs (Student-Athletics, CHE, Bears First, or Academic Bridge)
Contact the office
Our main office supports Tutorial Services and Soar as a direct contact. We will refer you to the resource you need from the main line.
Find Help by Topic
Advisors and Mentors
You have professional, trained support on campus to answer academic program questions and guide your transition as a college student.
Academic Probation means your cumulative GPA is below 2.0, and you are on a warning until you raise it. You have support along the way.
Individual Class Help
Using the tools and resources you need to feel confident and prepared for class shows your commitment to YOUR academic success.
We are a community of Bears who care and support each other. You can find your place in your college, in our community centers, and through student life.
Selecting classes is the heart of the college experience. The Office of the Registrar, a part of Bear Central, handles the academic side of your student account.
College is expensive; we have resources to help. Understanding your financial situation can vastly improve your life. The Office of Financial Aid can help with aid questions.
Special Announcements, Events, and Opportunities
Tutorial Services is designed to provide external academic support through peer tutoring and supplemental instruction to undergraduate students at the University of Northern Colorado. If you are looking for job with a flexible work schedule, they are HIRING!
Apply: if you are interested in becoming a peer tutor or supplemental instruction leader, pick up your application online or in the office (Michener L-149)
Requirements: all tutors need to maintain a 3.0 GPA, complete 30+ credits (sophomore standing), and have a recommendation from a professor.
More Info: tutors are highly trained and nationally certified through the College Reading and Learning Association (CRLA) to support 130 courses across subjects.