Your academic department can help you navigate support services and resources to help you succeed academically.
If you are looking for help regarding your program, you should start with your department. They oversee programs of study and can offer:
Advice on Program Requirements
Most departments have academic advisors/coordinators who can check that you are on the right track to graduate.
Academic and Curriculum Advising
Get advice on programs, courses, prerequisites, switching courses and navigating your degree.
Scholarships and Awards
Find information about available sources of funding specific to your field of study.
If you are looking for research opportunities or funding for research, your department will be able to guide you.
Internships, Externships, Field Requirements, Experiential Opportunities
Much of your learning will take place outside of the classroom and your department can connect you with the different types of opportunities that suit your field of study.
Your department may have a program where you can connect with mentors in your industry.
Concerns Regarding Instructor Misconduct
If you have concerns about your instructor or TA, talk to your College Registrar or your department.
Get advice on career options, volunteer opportunities and how to search for jobs in your field.