It’s okay to need some support during your at UMD. There are a variety of campus resources available to UMD students. To learn more about these resources click on the links below or talk to a CEHSP Academic Advisor.
Academic Writing and Learning Center: Located in the Securian Learning Commons on the second floor of the Kathryn A. Martin Library, the AWLC offers tutoring, research and writing help, and courses to help student build their academic skills.
Disability Resources: They assist students to determine if reasonable accommodations are needed and if so what type of accommodations.
Faculty Office Hours: If you are struggling in a course, the best thing to do is talk to your instructor. All UMD faculty have office hours that can usually be found on the course syllabus.
Learning Online 101: Two to four-hour self-paced tutorial to prepare you for technical and academic success in online and hybrid courses.
Bulldog Connect : UMD has many student-focused events and clubs. Meeting others who have shared interests can help with the transition to college.
Counseling Services: They offer UMD students free confidential counseling to support well-being, growth, and development. There are a variety of different counseling options such as individual and group counseling, drop-in consultations, and grief counseling.
Housing and Residence Life: If you live on campus, your RA is there to support you to make sure you feel safe in your living community.
Learn to Live: This is a free, online platform accessible 24/7 to gain skills and education on mental health. Access code: UMN
Student Life: Two services available for free to UMD students are Champ’s Closet and Champ’s Cupboard. Champ’s Closet has gently used professional attire. Students can pick from a variety of non-perishable items from Champ’s Cupboard. Both are located in 245 Kirby Plaza.
Career Center: The UMD Career Center has many excellent resources to help students research majors and careers, explore graduate schools, write resumes, find out what UMD grads are doing and so much more!
What can I do with this Major?: Use this tool to learn about some of the career options associated with specific majors.
Occupational Outlook Handbook: Use this resource to find career descriptions, salaries, projected outlook for the next 10 years, and similar occupations to the one you are exploring.
CEHSP Career and Major Exploration Resources: Additional video and book recommendations for students who are in the exploration process.