Disability Resources & Educational Services (DRES) helps thousands of students with disabilities enjoy the Illinois experience, making Illinois a leader in college education for persons with disabilities. Students have access to academic coaching in areas such as organization, time management, and motivation as well as group and individual therapy. Appointments for services are provided at no additional cost.
As an iSchool student, you will find a variety of academic and support services within our School community and on campus. Most of these services are free of charge, and you are encouraged to engage with them early and often. The iSchool's Academic Support Center, coordinated by Student Affairs, connects students with the resources needed to ensure success. Your academic experience, professional development, and physical and mental health are very important to us.
iSchool Academic Support Center
Student Affairs has opened the new iSchool Academic Support Center, which provides one-on-one tutoring to iSchool students and students enrolled in iSchool courses; offers academic success workshops; coordinates with faculty and instructors to provide support for specific courses or exams; and curates and shares academic support resources.
Appointments are available online and in person in room 4060 (Academic Support Center) of 614 E. Daniel Street.