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The Communication Center provides a variety of tools for the student and is dedicated to developing a variety of communication competencies.
The Racer Writing Center helps students from all disciplines and in all majors become more effective, more successful writers.
The Division of Student Affairs is committed to providing your student with a smooth transition into college.
TThe excellence of a university’s baccalaureate program is ultimately best demonstrated by the qualities, characteristics, and performance of its graduates.
University Libraries features over half a million items to use for research.
The Study Abroad office will support the learning goals of every student who takes the chance to study abroad.
The Center for Academic Advising can offer guidance and academic advising for exploring possible majors.
The Office of Student Disability Services (OSDS) is one of the many services which are available for your student to make the most of their college career.
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974, as amended, is a federal law which provides that colleges and universities will maintain the confidentiality of student educational records.
The Office of Enrollment Management is the umbrella office for the areas of Recruitment and Undergraduate Admissions. Therein lies the beginning of a whole new adventure for incoming freshmen.
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