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Teaching Center

Tutorial and Learning Strategy Serv-ices. The Office of Academic Technology Teaching Center, located on the ground level of SW Broward Hall, offers free tutoring in a variety of subject areas: accounting, astronomy, biology, chemistry, computer science, engineering, economics, mathematics, physics, and statistics courses. Students may prepare for the mathematics portion of the GRE or CLAST by working individually with a tutor, attending workshops, or using the center's computer/print resources. Study skills/learning strategies help is provided individually and through workshops. Videos on time management, learning strategies, test taking, etc., are also available. Visit the Teaching Center in Broward Hall, call 392-2010, or access their Web site at www.teachingcenter.ufl.edu for hours of operation and further information.

Office for Academic Support and Institutional Services (OASIS) www.oasis.ufl.edu
The Office for Academic Support and Institutional Services (OASIS) in 200 Walker Hall coordinates and directs support and enrichment services for all regularly and specially admitted minority students (African-American, Asian American, Hispanic American and Native American). This includes participants in the Upward Bound Program, the Student Enrichment Services Program and other regularly admitted students in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. This office works closely with the Office of Admissions and counselors in high schools and community colleges to facilitate the admission of minority students.

Once students are admitted, OASIS continues to help their retention by providing academic counseling, tutoring, referrals and advocacy. OASIS works closely with the Academic Advising Center to provide training for and information about its special programs.

OASIS strives to enhance academic progress. Tutors are provided in math, English, biological sciences, statistics, economics, chemistry and physics. Referrals are made and tutoring arranged in other areas through the Teaching Center, SW Broward Hall, the Reading and Writing Center and other campus wide offices. OASIS helps students develop coping and social adjustment skills by providing successful peers and role models. Enrichment services include recruitment, retention workshops and seminars, academic progress monitoring, orientation programs, research and evaluation activities, and educational and social activities.

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