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   The UMSL library is here to help with academic research, lifelong learning, or even to help you find a good novel.

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The Math Academic Center offers free individual assistance on a walk-in basis to students needing help with any mathematics from basic math through calculus or any course involving mathematical skills.
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The Writing Center can help you become a better writer and help you improve your work. Trained graduate students are available to assist students with papers, projects, and presentations.  The Writing Center offers services on-campus and online.
click here for Academic Support Services Depending on the Academic Support Center, students may set up appointments, use walk-in services, or attend scheduled study sessions.  Some students visit Academic Support Centers because they are quiet places to study with trained staff who can answer questions.

click here for Net Tutor

Net Tutor is an online tutoring tool for the following disciplines at UMSL. Net Tutor may be accessed through the “Tools” button within an online course.

  • Biology and Life Sciences
  • Business and Economics 
  • Chemistry
  • Math
  • Physics
  • Writing Center
  • World Languages: Spanish
click here for Technology Support Center The Technology Support Center is here to assist with your computer needs.
click here for Student Retention Services Student Retention Services can connect you with available resources to help you succeed.  Resources may include tutoring, success coaching, and academic support centers.  SRS offers workshops to students on topics like study skills, test-taking strategies, effective communication, and balancing your workload with your other commitments.
click here for Disability Access Services  

To request academic accommodations, students must register with Disability Access Services. This is the campus department responsible for reviewing documentation provided by students requesting academic accommodations, and for accommodations planning in cooperation with students and instructors, as needed and consistent with course requirements. 

Click here for information about on-campus student labs There are thirteen Instructional Computing Labs available to UM-St. Louis students, faculty and staff. Seven of these labs are staffed with specifically trained lab consultants that are here to help with most computer related issues and questions.  Lab Locations