Resources for Undergraduate Students
Academic and Tutoring Services
The Learning Centers provide teaching assistant and peer tutoring, support, and resources for all UIC students.
Math and Science Learning Center
The Math and Science Learning Center, located on the 3rd floor of SES, is a place in which all levels of expertise meet and exchange ideas. It is home to the sciences: biology, chemistry, earth and environmental science and physics. Services include: Tutoring for Math and Science Courses, peer-Led Study Group Sessions, teaching Assistant (TA) Office Hours.
Honors College Peer Tutoring
Qualified Honors College students are available to help you in almost every subject. You do not need an appointment; tutoring is free and available to every UIC student. The Tutoring center is located on the second floor of Burnham Hall in Room 220 BH.
The Academic Center for Excellence
The Academic Center for Excellence provides learning support services to enable all UIC students to accomplish their academic goals by developing critical thinking skills and learning strategies that will enhance their academic success.
The Writing Center helps students with course assignments, personal statements, and resumes.
Undergraduates who engage in supervised research, scholarship, and creative endeavors experience positive personal, academic, and professional benefits beyond those provided by other college experiences.
The Undergraduate Research Experience (URE)
The Undergraduate Research Experience (URE) is a university-wide program dedicated to fostering scholarly engagement and intellectual growth. The URE mission is to make research an integral part of the undergraduate academic experience at UIC by creating mutually beneficial research relationships between students and faculty researchers.
The Office of Undergraduate Research (O.U.R.)
The Office of Undergraduate Research (O.U.R.) serves as an information and support hub to encourage students and faculty across campus to get involved in–and get the most out of–the UIC Undergraduate Research Experience.
UIC provides students with internal and external scholarship information system.
If you are a UIC student, you can log in using your UIC netid and password and SnAP will show you a list of scholarships that you qualify, based on a number of criteria, including major, financial aid status, etc.
The Office of Scholarships assists current UIC undergraduate and professional school students in searching and applying for campus scholarship and external opportunities.
Talking with a Counseling Center professional can provide the safe, supportive, confidential setting to explore your concerns towards improving your emotional, physical and academic functioning. Career Snaps will help you with your career planning.
The Counseling Center provides diverse services to help students deal with stress, handle a crisis or trauma, cope with the transition to college, or manage serious mental illness and many other issues.