When you’re on campus, you’ll find a network of support to help you succeed.
Whether it’s access to tutoring, help writing that first paper, or quiet study space, UT is dedicated to your success in the classroom.
Our University Libraries system is a network of libraries on campus that provide state-of-the-art facilities and services including: print and electronic collections, reference and instructional services, and top-notch facilities and technological resources.
Services, Technology, and Study Space
The Commons is a collaboration between the Office of Information Technology (OIT) and University Libraries located on the second floor of Hodges Library. It provides services, technology, and study spaces for students.
The OIT Help Desk provides information and support for computer and network services managed by OIT (for instance device support, e-mail, password resets). You can also check out a laptop, learn how to use a media lab called The Studio, check out cameras, use media workstations, watch a video for class, get help using one of the library’s many databases, and ask reference questions.
Get support studying foreign languages from the LRC, operated by the Department of Modern Foreign Languages & Literatures.
You can benefit from the tutorial program at the Multicultural Student Life Office’s Academic Support Unit, It’s for individuals or small groups.
Does college feel like it’s going a million miles an hour as you try to keep up with classes, work, friends and family, and the Vols? The Student Success Center offers tutoring, academic coaching, and workshops to help you tackle everything term by term.
If you need help writing assignments for your classes, the Writing Center is your answer. It offers free, individual help to all students. Instructors help you get comfortable with writing, providing feedback on written work in all disciplines. They cover everything from brainstorming for ideas to polishing final drafts and emphasize improving your skills.