Individual Colleges & Schools

Reach out to your individual schools and colleges to learn about the academic support resources available to you. 

  • Science, Engineering & Math Learning Centers

    Developed to give undergraduate students a place to gather and work collectively on homework specific to challenging coursework. Each center is staffed by multiple graduate student teaching assistants who specialize in specific subjects and who encourage students to work together to solve problems and expand their perspectives. Both centers are located on the main floor of Anderson Academic Commons. 

    Science, Engineering & Math Learning Centers

  • Undergraduate Academic Advising

    Here to help you understand your credits, courses, and graduation requirements. We strive to connect students with the campus resources they need to thrive. 

    Undergraduate Academic Advising

  • Undergraduate Student Success Coaching

    Meet one-on-one with a Student Success Coach to improve your college experience! Your coach will support you, challenge you, and hold you accountable through individualized coaching sessions. Topics are customized to meet your needs and may include goal setting, time management, organization, study skills, and stress management.

    Student Success Coaching

  • University Writing Center

    Promotes and supports effective student writing by providing consultations to undergraduates, graduate students, staff, and faculty. The Center is staffed by trained students (grad and undergrad) and offers scheduled and drop-in consultations, workshops, and more. 

    University Writing Center

  • University Libraries

    The heart of the university — our collections, services, and study spaces are central to every student's educational journey, and the Anderson Academic Commons (AAC) sits at the center of campus. The AAC combines the University of Denver's main library and many academic support services in one convenient location where we enhance student learning with support for research, writing, and information literacy. 

    University Libraries