Every learner finds their own way and might need different types of learning environments or support to manage the rigors and expectations in the classroom. These are resources which are limited to one type of learner or even a limited number of learners. In fact, empirically our strongest academic performers have routinely used the many available resources. There is no need to be hesitant to ask for help. We all need it.
Pathways for finding help
- Ask the writing center to review your papers
- Ask an academic advisor for advice
- Seek information from a variety of sources for the course selection process
- Lean on your classmates for discussions or to simply study in the same location
- Use many of of the different types of tutors, which are often organized by academic departments
- Most importantly, the best assistance is often found from the faculty member teaching the class
You don’t have to struggle alone.