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Student Success Center

Adjusting to college life can be challenging.  We are here to help. 

The CSBS Student Success Center (SSC) empowers students throughout their academic experience.  We offer a variety of services to CSBS students to ensure academic and personal success.  From free tutoring to monthly academic workshops, the SSC provides students with the tools and resources they need to succeed.  We also collaborate with many campus resources and ensure students know what is available and how to access services.  Whether you need guidance academically or personally, we are here to help and point you in the right direction. 

The SSC is located on the third floor of the SBS building in SB-302B.  Stop by today to explore our range of free services as outlined below:  

College Interventionist & Retention Specialist

 The CSBS College Interventionist & Retention Specialist can help students navigate the complexities of the university.  From understanding available resources to conducting workshops, we are available to provide supplemental intervention options and develop academic strategies that can assist students in making timely progress toward their degree objectives and encourage student engagement that persists through graduation. 

Writing Lab

The Writing Lab helps all students who are completing writing projects in the social sciences, whether they are taking GE courses or majoring in one of our fields, such as anthropology, child development, criminal justice, economics, ethnic studies, history, geography, political science, psychology, sociology, or social work.

Writing Lab tutors can help with a full spectrum of writing issues:

  • Writing thesis statements and introductions
  • Fine-tuning drafts for minor errors
  • Revising drafts for major issues
  • Incorporating data and sources, especially in APA or Chicago style
  • Improving grammar through worksheets, handouts, and individualized tutoring for specific issues

The Writing Lab strives to help students improve their grammar, citation, and writing; by doing so, students will become strong writers who succeed in their upper division and graduate-level courses.  The Writing Lab is located on the third floor of the SBS building in SB-354A. For more information check here

Register at this site to schedule your appointment: 

Student Statistics Tutoring

The mission of The College of Social and Behavioral Sciences (SBS) Student Statistics Tutoring and Support Center (SSTSC) is to provide students support and tutoring related to statistics and research related activities for class and class projects. The center offers tutoring on an individual basis for students who need help with statistics as they apply to social and behavioral sciences. Workshops and information sessions are also offered periodically for topics such as data management, data screening and cleaning, as well as sessions related to descriptive and inferential statistics related to social and behavioral sciences.  The SSTSC is located on the third floor of the SBS building in SB-354A.

Make an Appointment

If you need to make an appointment, fill out an appointment request form.


Mentoring Program  

The CSBS Mentoring Program fosters student success for all CSBS students through peer-to-peer programs. Our programs aid in student success by empowering students to become autonomous learners and change agents. Our mentors encourage academic excellence, campus engagement, research, and professional development.   Come speak to a peer mentor to compliment your academic journey.  


Psychology Advising Center (PAC) 

The PAC is a student-led center dedicated to supplementing the student services provided by the Psychology Department in academic advising. The PAC advisors can help you with general curriculum questions, read your PAWS report, direct you to other university services, and discuss course selections that fulfill the major and overall degree progress. The PAC is the best place to discuss your schedule of classes. Students are encouraged to meet with PAC advisors a minimum of once a year.  The PAC provides service on a walk-in basis as well as by appointment. Open hours are posted on the door of SB-426 at the beginning of each semester and are also available here.