There are a variety of academic resources on campus to aid you in completing your undergraduate degree at Illinois. For more information on Economics tutoring services, visit our tutoring page.
Any student who has been diagnosed with a learning disability may utilize the services of the Disability Resrouces and Education Services Department (DRES). DRES students have access to academic coaching (for organization, time management, structure, prioritizing, and motivation), group therapy, and individual therapy appointments at no additional cost. Visit the DRES website for more information.
The Writers Workshop provides individual and small-group consultations, hosts workshops on academic and professional writing concerns, sponsors writing groups and writing retreats, and visits classrooms upon request to introduce our resources or to provide a tailored, interactive presentation. For more information on location and how to make an appointment, visit the Writers Workshop Website.
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Main Reference: 217.333.2290
Undergraduate Library: 217.333.8589
Division of English as an International Language (DEIL) offers English and Service courses to currently-enrolled graduate and undergraduate international students who need additional help with their English language skills in order to succeed academically. For more assistance with this program, please visit the ISSS website.
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