The Center for Student Success and Academic Counseling
SASB North, Room 2203 (919-966-2143)
CSSAC is dedicated to promoting academic excellence to assist students in achieving their academic goals while enrolled at Carolina. Its constituent programs (Learning Center, Center for Student Academic Counseling, Summer Bridge, and Writing Center) provide support for students in developing the skills and strategies needed to achieve academic success. This commitment to student learning supports the university’s mission to “teach students at all levels.”
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The Center for Student Academic Counseling
The CenterCounseling offers academic counseling and personal support for all UNC students. Historically, CSAC's primary objective has been to sponsor programs and activities that promote academic excellence, increase retention, and improve the campus climate for diversity among minority students in general and Native American and African American undergraduates in particular.
SASB North, lower level, Room 118 learningcenter.unc.edu 919-962-3782
Helps students learn more efficiently and perform better in their course work. Services include Academic Counseling; Reading Program; Tutoring in Math and Sciences; Drop-in Peer Tutoring; Test Prep for GRE, GMAT, LSAT, MCAT; Workshops; and Success Programs for students with LD/ADHD.
The Writing Center
SASB North lower level, Room 0127 writingcenter.unc.edu 919-962-7710
The Center offers 50 minute face-to-face sessions and online tutoring system that allows you to submit writing and receive feedback via the web. Free English as a Second Language (ESL) services for UNC undergraduate, graduate, and exchange students, postdoctoral and visiting scholars, staff, and faculty.
SASB North, Room 2203 http://summerbridge.unc.edu 919-966-2143
Summer Bridge is a seven-week residential academic support program for a select group of entering first-year students. The program is designed to ease participants' personal and academic transition from high school to the University. Students enroll in an English composition course, and one mathematics or chemistry course. Also, they participate in learning strategies instruction offered by the Learning Center. Cultural and recreational activities are significant components of the program, as students are introduced to the University and the vast array of opportunities available.