Academic Issues

Academic Counseling

Whether you are struggling in a class or needing help discerning a major, Academic Counseling is a good place to turn. Professional academic counselors are available on a walk-in or appointment basis to listen to your concerns, and assist you in strategizing ways to address your particular academic issue(s). This may involve making sure you are aware of all of your options, and/or linking you to other appropriate campus resources.

Additionally, Academic Counseling and Support can assist you to develop the skills necessary for success in the classroom. Information is provided about time management, test preparation, note taking, and college reading strategies. Individual tutoring is available in many subject areas. Academic Counseling and Support is a service available to all St. Thomas undergraduate students.

Disability Resources

The mission of Disability Resources at the University of St. Thomas is to make reasonable effort to provide all qualified students with disabilities equal access to all university courses, services, programs, employment and facilities. Students qualify for services through Disability Resources upon self-disclosure of a disability and the presentation of documentation. Reasonable academic accommodations are arranged on an individual basis in order to provide students with disabilities equal access to all university programs. The University of St. Thomas is committed to compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973.