Study Skills Resources
- Information from LearnHigher in the UK on writing, critical thinking, time management, doing research, group work, and more.
- Helpful tips from Cornell University including downloadable handouts for time management, stress management, reading and learning from lecture and on studying and taking exams.
- Tips for students with disabilities
- Strategies for success from U of Michigan
- Information on how memory works and other cognitive processes
- Study advice from the New York Times
The Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning and the Center for Education Abroad are committed to facilitating inclusion for our students of all abilities.
- Mobility International USA features strategies and stories on how people with disabilities participate in international exchange programs.
UR Resources for Students
- University Counseling Center (UCC)—Individual and group therapy provided by licensed professionals are available under the student health fee at UCC. CBT and Asperger's support groups are offered. Transition-specific resources for parents and friends are found on the UCC’s parent’s page.
- University Health Service (UHS)—Primary health care providers are available at UHS to full-time students using the Student Health Plan.
- College Center for Advising Services (CCAS)—CCAS advisors can offer guidance on any academic-related concern or question to clarify program requirements.
- Writing, Speaking and Argument Program (WSAP)—WSAP helps students with writing and speaking assignments, including foundational planning, formulating persuasive arguments, and making strong conclusions.
- Parent and Family Relations—Housed in the Office of the Dean of Students, parent and family relations staff serve as a resource for families during your student's undergraduate years.
- River Campus Libraries—Learn how to use our vast library resources and consult with expert research librarians.
- Rush Rhees Library Study Spaces—The library offers a variety of study space that can be the perfect change of venue to improve focus.
- CARE Network—The CARE network, one component of the Center for Student Conflict Management, effectively connects students in distress with appropriate campus resources. The CARE network relies on students, staff, faculty, and parents to submit CARE reports when they are significantly concerned about the well-being of a University student.
- Veterans Alliance at the University of Rochester—The Veterans Alliance provides military students, staff, faculty, alumni and their families with the resources, support, and advocacy needed to succeed in higher education.
- University-Wide Disability Resources