Advising and Tutoring

 

Any Arts and Letters student who seeks any kind of academic advising should start with her/his major advisor. When in doubt, check with the office of the department of your major or prospective major.

Academic Honesty
The College of Arts and Letters values and encourages integrity in all aspects of work by students and faculty; click the title above for helpful guidance and information.
Academic Advising Center
Staff, faculty and student advisors provide information regarding General Education, graduation, and academic requirements to help students plan their schedules and complete their degrees on time.
Educational Opportunity Program (EOP)
This office serves California residents from low-income households who demonstrate the motivation and potential to earn a baccalaureate degree; services include admissions assistance, academic advising, personal counseling, tutoring, financial aid information, EOP grant awards, course placement, and help with learning strategies.
Learning Skills Center
This academic department offers college-level reading and grammar classes as well as academic support for students in selected General Education courses. Small group tutorials provide multilingual students with additional instruction. Required courses and tutorials help students meet the EO 665 requirement. The department also advises students regarding the English Placement Test (EPT), the Entry Level Math (ELM) exam, and the Writing Proficiency Exam (WPE) for multilingual students.
Math Tutoring Lab
A free, drop-in tutoring center designed to assist students enrolled in lower-division mathematics and statistics courses.
Sac State Writing Center
Provides assistant with papers for any course in any department as well as preparation for writing exams; all registered students may schedule appointments with tutors free of charge.
Writing Across the Curriculum
Online information and assistance for improving reading and writing skills; also tips for editing and formatting papers.