College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Student Services

Student and advisor

Bookstore

The KU Bookstore website allows you to perform a one-stop-shop search for all textbooks, including price comparisons. Students in the College Online who do not live near to the Lawrence, KS campus will need to be sure and order textbooks well enough in advance to allow for varying shipping times.

Writing Center

The KU Writing Center website provides online students with valuable online writing resources. You can request e-tutoring support or submit your writing for feedback via email (expect 3 business days for your specialized response).

Libraries

The KU Libraries website allows you to search online through numerous articles, databases, journals, and the KU Library Catalog as well as request materials online for instant access via email, PDF, or printed. You can also request to have materials mailed to you. In addition to finding research material, the KU Libraries website offers helpful tutorials on how to effectively conduct your research using the libraries online tools, accurately evaluate sources, and more. Need help now? The KU Libraries offers students the chance to Ask a Librarian a question via chat, phone, email, or text.

Academic Accommodations

The Academic Achievement and Access Center (AAAC) coordinates academic accommodations for all eligible KU students with disabilities. Students with disabilities who wish to access accommodations may email achieve@ku.edu to initiate their confidential request or call 785-864-4064 for further information.  

More information may be found at http://www.disability.ku.edu

University Career Center

The University Career Center (UCC) understands that you have a busy schedule, and as an online student they know it is often not possible for you to come in and meet one-on-one with a career coach. In order to provide you with helpful services, the UCC have developed several online resources to help you with your career development.

You can utilize the UCC's instant chat service for quick questions, or request to have an appointment with a career coach via phone or Skype for Business. You can also review how-to videos created by UCC staff members which you may find helpful.

In addition to several online tools, UCC also offers three online career development courses, as well as an online option for completing the Career Advancement Program (CAP), which will be available starting fall 2015.


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