- Navigating Difficulties
- Staying Motivated
- Study Tools and Academic Resources
- Managing Your Time
- How Do You Learn?
- Getting the Most from Class Time
- Reading Techniques
- Preparing for Tests
- Consulting with Faculty
- Collaborating with Peers
- Understand Your Grades
- Course-Specific Strategies
If you are a student with visual impairments, learning disabilities, mobility impairments, or hearing impairments, Services for Students with Disabilities (SSD) serves as a campus-wide resource for you. SSD also works with students who have chronic health or mental health conditions.
Examples of services that may be provided, free of charge by SSD, include accessible campus transportation, adaptive technology, sign language interpreting, guidance for course accommodations.
If you have a verified disability that requires testing accommodations, the LSA Testing Accommodation Center (TAC) will work with your instructors to provide appropriate space for completing exams.