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Student Affairs
phone: (208) 885-6757
fax: (208) 885-9494
Teaching and Learning Center
Room 232
P.O. Box 442431
Moscow, ID 83844-2431

Campus Partners

Academic Support and Access Programs (ASAP)
Tutoring & College Success provides students with academic support in the form of group tutoring, Supplemental Instruction, advising on college success, and study skills strategies workshops and courses. First-generation, limited-income, and/or disabled students with academic need may be eligible for more intensive services from our Student Support Services program. Students with temporary or permanent disabilities may be served through Disability Support services through accommodations and campus access.
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Career Center
The Career Center provides University of Idaho students and alumni with services and resources that empower them as they make critical life decisions and pursue career success. We enhance classroom learning by facilitating career exploration, experiential learning opportunities, and access to future employers. Our services are for all University of Idaho campus and branch center students and alumni, regardless of age, geographic location, or number of years since graduation.
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Children's Center
The Children's Center is located on campus and serves student families, faculty and staff families and Palouse Region community families. Children age 6 weeks to 6 years old are welcome at the Children's Center.
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Counseling and Testing Center
A supportive and confidential environment for students to explore their concerns and learn new skills to deal more effectively with problems that may be interfering with their personal well-being and academic goals.
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Dean of Students Office
The Dean of Students office works for you, trying to make your experience at the University of Idaho more valuable and safer. We are in the Teaching Learning Center (TLC) in room 232. We have a candy jar that is constantly stocked and a team that are always ready to listen, collaborate and help.
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Department of Student Involvement
The Department of Student Involvement enhances students' lives by providing social, cultural and educational programs, employment, service, and leadership opportunities resulting in the possibility of affecting positive change in all of our communities. Among the many services for students, non-traditional students can engage with Student Involvement by joining the Non-Traditional Student Association, attend free weekly entertainment in the Idaho Commons, request representation from ASUI, and discover service opportunities through our Volunteer Center.
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Polya Math Center
The Polya Math Learning Center uses technology to individualize the learning experience for each student. Students choose educational tools that best suit their learning styles, including online homework, detailed course notebooks and multiple test styles.
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University Housing
University Housing supports non-traditional students with apartment housing for students with families and/or partners. We also provide living space in McConnell Hall for those students who are looking for more of a traditional experience (meal plans etc), while living in a community with other non-traditional students.
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Veterans Assistance
Veterans Assistance helps with VA education applications and enrollment verification, as well as questions regarding other VA education benefits, and referral to the Veterans Administration and campus resources.
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Women's Center
The Women's Center provides a number of resources and services to non-traditional students, including child-friendly study space, a lactation area and baby changing station, a babysitting listserv, scholarships for single parents, and the Women's Mentoring Program.
The Writing Center
The Writing Center is a collaborative learning program dedicated to providing one-on-one assistance to student writers. They will work with any written piece, from essays and reviews to research papers and résumés. The Writing Center will open during the first week of classes, beginning Monday, August 25.
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