Campus Resources

Academic Achievement and Access Center
Strong Hall, Room 22

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The Academic Achievement and Access Center offers a variety of resources designed to enhance the quality of life for and academic success of KU students. These resources include help with study skills, tutoring, workshops, and academic assistance. Instructors may refer students to hire for assistance in these areas. They also offer information for nontraditional students.

Applied English Center (AEC)

Lippincott Hall, Room 204

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The Applied English Center (AEC) offers academic and personal support for international students including conversation groups and academic and cross-cultural counseling.

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)

Watkins Health Center, Room 2100

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CAPS Clinical Services provides counseling and specialized therapy to assist students in addressing inter-personal and emotional concerns that may be affecting their full potential academically and personally. There is no charge for the initial consultation.

Student Access Services

Strong Hall, Room 22

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Student Access Services primarily provides academic accommodations such as assistance in physical access to campus facilities, letters to faculty explaining the nature of the student’s disability and suggested accommodations, extended test time, volunteer note takers, interpreters, typists, and readers. Accessible transportation is also available for those students with temporary or permanent mobility impairments who are unable to use the standard buses. Integration, self-advocacy, and individual responsibility are promoted and expected.

TRIO Supportive Educational Services

Strong Hall, Room 7

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TRIO Supportive Educational Services serves students with low income, with disabilities, or with parents or guardians who have not attained a baccalaureate degree. SES provides free tutoring and advising, as well as other services to connect students with the KU community. 

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