LAUNCH your Academics in Hartford
Are you struggling in Math 1071Q?
Do you need to figure out how to study for STAT?
Have you gotten midterm grade warnings?
We recognize that you are in your first year as a School of Business student, so we wanted to share the following resources with you so that you are best set up for success. Every student’s academic journey is different, but taking the time to consider how these skills may benefit you will help contribute to your academic success. Whether or not you have received a midterm warning, now is a good time to consider where you can improve to finish your first year strong! 
Know Your Campus Resources!
Quantitative (Q) Center

  • Offers free tutoring in Math, Statistics & other subjects
  • Bring your textbook, class notes, calculator, writing utensils and paper
Writing (W) Center

  • We actively discuss your project and consider possibilities for writing and revision
  • Sessions are usually 45 minutes long, but time may vary depending on your time/needs and the consultant’s discretion 
  • Students are encouraged to bring in new papers, existing papers, assigned writing, or non-class writing
Who can use the Q & W Tutoring?

  • Location: UConn Hartford, Q Center-Room 316, W Center-Room 218
  • Tutoring is free to all UConn Hartford students
  • To schedule an appointment, click on either of the buttons below. For the Q-Center please include in the email a phone number where the tutor can call you
Additional Academic Resources

The Academic Achievement Center (AAC) has many different resources helping you prepare for midterms such as: tips for how to prepare for a test, tips for what to do when the exam is in front of you, how to learn from your exam performance, and how to create a five-day study plan.
Mental Health Resource Center (MHRC)

  • Location: UConn Hartford, Room 113
  • The MHRC Case Manager provides wellness information and assists in accessing community mental health resources to help you be a successful student and healthy person
  • Receive support stemming from common issues such as: academic stress, decision making, lack of motivation, stress management, and more!
  • The service is both free and confidential
  • Make an appointment by clicking on the button below to send an email, or come in during walk-in hours (M/W/F 1:30-3:30pm, T/Th 9-11am)
Center for Students with Disabilities (CSD)

  • Request academic & residential accommodation, including note taking assistance and testing accommodations
  • If you are seeking disability related accommodations, register with the CSD which can be initiated with their online web form
Important Reminders

  • The last day to drop a class due to poor performance is Monday, April 1st
  • Contact your Academic Advisor, Kayla Hogrefe, by email if you need to drop a course
  • Discuss your academic progress with your Academic Advisor during your required advising appointment (check your email to make an appointment if you haven’t already), or visit our Open Advising Hours if you already have had your appointment or have more questions 
  • Need Advisor signature on Schedule Revision Request form. You deliver the form to the Registrar's Office in Room 105
  • It is your responsibility to know the School of Business Scholastic Standing Requirements