Students

Commuter Services is moving to the Fort Douglas area

The main office will open the doors of its new location to customers on Aug. 17, 2020.


‘They keep their door wide open’

Openness and empathy in the College of Education’s School Counseling program help a student achieve his goals.


Saving time and money with ebooks

The library is ready to help.


Headshot of Jamilia Blake

Treating children as children

The second in a series of conversations and a challenge to reject apathy or silence and dare to care.


RedPrint: A secure, sustainable approach to campus printing

Control when and where your jobs are released.


5 IT resources that instructors can share with their students

A wide range of resources are available.


100+ classrooms to receive lecture capture systems

Instructors will be able to connect their laptops to a ceiling-mounted microphone and camera using a USB interface.


Global engagement in the time of COVID

Dr. Steve Burian helps train Pakistan’s next generation of professors.


Leadership in uncertain times

The dean of Student Affairs at UAC speaks on COVID-19, online education in South Korea and new leadership positions.


Why the U is making the ACT and SAT optional

The decision recognizes the difficulties many students are encountering in taking the tests due to the COVID-19 pandemic.