Libraries & Learning Resources
At the University of Houston, we understand that learning doesn’t end when class does. From writing workshops and math tutoring to our state-of-the-art libraries, we offer a wealth of services and facilities to help you succeed in and out of the classroom. For example:
The university’s newly renovated main library offers state-of-the-art resources for more than 44,000 students, staff and faculty. Six additional library facilities serve specific colleges and audiences.
Learning and Assessment Services
Learning and Assessment Services offers resources and services to support student learning and success, teaching, instruction, course support through exam grading, and consultation for program evaluation and assessment needs.
Learning Support Services
Among the resources available are tutoring, guidance on study habits and active learning as well as workshops on such topics as time management and math anxiety.
The math department’s Center for Academic Support and Assessment offers one-on-one tutoring for undergraduate math courses.
Need a little help structuring your ideas? UH’s Writing Center offers one-on-one consultation and more to help you gain confidence in your writing ability.
From choosing a major to crafting a killer resume and beyond, University Career Services will help you make your career happen.
UH’s Center for Students with DisABILITIES provides accommodations and support services to university students who have any type of temporary or permanent health impairment, physical limitation, psychiatric disorder or learning disability.
Counseling & Psychological Services
Counselors work with students individually and in workshops on crisis intervention, counseling, career exploration, assessment for learning disabilities and more.