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Academic Success at UIU
As a student at Upper 爱荷华州 University, we want you to be supported by the vari组织单位 resources available to you at no additional cost. 该 Office of Academic Success provides consultation, workshops, and resources to assist UIU students in achieving their academic goals.
UIU Tutor Services
Upper 爱荷华州 University provides FREE tutoring services to all students. Tutoring is available in all subjects.
At the Writing Center, peer Writing Consultants are trained to work with you at any stage of the writing process.
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该 Disability Services Office provides resources and support to students with disabilities, as well as the faculty and staff involved in their education, in compliance with applicable law and best practices in higher education.
该 Henderson-Wilder 图书馆 supports UIU students by providing a full range of information resources and services that encourage learning, study, research, and collaboration.
Frequently Asked Questions
If you are need assistance, contact Amy Tucker, Director of Academic Success, at [email protected] or 563-425-5264.
You can find which advisor is assigned to assist you in myuiu. Log in and select the Academics tab. Click on the Advising-Students on the left hand side. Under the “My Degree Program” click “View all Details” and then the “Advising Worksheet”.
Having the course materials is very important to your success in each class. UIU utilizes an online bookstore: //bncvirtual.com/uiu.
该re are many strategies and resources available as a UIU student to help you succeed. Some strategies include: talk to your instructor, visit instructor office hours, utilize tutoring and writing services, meet with your academic advisor, attend an academic success workshop, or set up a meeting with the Director of Academic Success, Amy Tucker, at [email protected].
Upper 爱荷华州 University posts an academic calendar each year on the website: //www.ssihotspots.net/academics/academic-calendar.html Double check the academic catalog before making travel plans!
A student must meet the following standards to be considered in good academic standing:
Undergraduate students must maintain the minimum cumulative grade point average for the appropriate classification:
0 to <30 credits- 1.75 cumulative GPA
30 to <60 credits- 1.9 cumulative GPA
>60 credits- 2.00 cumulative GPA
Graduate students must maintain a 2.50 cumulative GPA with 6 or fewer classes; students with 7 or more completed graduate credits need a minimum 3.00 cumulative GPA.
*Completed credits include transfer credits toward degree plus Upper 爱荷华州 University letter grades of A to D-
If you have questions or concerns about your academic standing, contact your academic advisor.