On-Campus Resources

Our office is happy to highlight various centers and institutes across campus where students can engage with different communities, co-curricular opportunities, and academic resources. In addition to these offices, we also encourage students to explore the various student clubs and organizations on campus by visiting our website here. We invite students to think of the information below as a way to strengthen their skills and readiness for health professional school, engage with the campus community and build networks, and even find fulfilling employment and/or research opportunities.

Academic Resources

  • Academic Achievement Center (AAC)
    Looking to improve your academic skills and seek out support to further your success at UConn? This is the place to do it! The AAC offers a fantastic array of resources like coaching, peer mentors, and specific resources dedicated to the success of first-generation students.
  • Allied Health Sciences Advising Center
    Interested in a health career outside of becoming a doctor or a dentist? Make an appointment with an advisor in Allied Health Sciences to help you explore other avenues, such as becoming a physician assistant.
  • Center for Academic Programs (CAP)
    Are you a first-year student or first-generation student looking for connection, scholarships, or employment opportunities while at UConn? CAP is here to support you!
  • Center for Students with Disabilities (CSD)
    Looking to request academic accommodations or take part in programs to connected with and/or help your peers? The CSD offers a range of amazing resources for students with disabilities and those interested in working with the center.
  • Engineering Tutoring Center
    Interested in participating in peer-to-peer tutoring in the engineering disciplines? Be sure to explore what courses you can get help with; you can even look into the peer mentoring program as well!
  • Student Athlete Success Program (SASP)
    The SASP provides resources dedicated to empowering student-athletes to become independent thinking, successful, ethical student learners.
  • Quantitative Learning Center (Q Center)
    Need some help with your introductory Biology, Chemistry, Math or Statistics courses? Look no further! The Q Center offers one-on-one peer tutoring, group review sessions, and other learning modes.
  • Writing Center (W Center)
    Need some help with a class paper or project, specific writing in Biology or Psychology, or personal statement for your application? The undergraduate and graduate tutors at the W Center work with you one-on-one to help develop your ideas, answer questions, and craft your story.

    Centers and Institutes

    Cultural Centers

    Student Support