Academic And Library Resources

If you need academic or career assistance, there are many campus resources available:

  • Educational Support Programs (ESP)
    • The Educational Support Program (ESP) offers a variety of services to get you on track. At our Learning Centers and through Supplemental Instruction (SI), we can talk about the difficulties you are facing and ways to improve—like tutoring in a specific course, writing skills for any assignments, study habit strategies, time management allocation, and conquering test anxieties. Free services are available to all current UofM graduate and undergraduate students.
    • http://www.memphis.edu/esp/
  • Career Pathways
    • Group where students explore self, career options, employment outlook information, and develop realistic career goals. You can even take a class on career exploration:  COUN 1661 is a three-credit Career Development class for students who want to dive deep and emerge with a plan.
    • Counseling Center in Wilder Tower 214
    • Mondays at 1:30pm  
    • Contact: Dr. Umieca Hankton (nhankton@memphis.edu). 
  • Learning Disability or Attention Deficit Disorder
    • Have a disability but not currently receiving services?  Contact the Disability Resources for Students located in 110 Wilder Tower and call 901-678-2880 to set up services
    • The Counseling Center in 214 Wilder Tower offers confidential testing at a deeply discounted rate for students call 901-678-2068 for an appointment
  • Ned R McWherter Library
    • The University Libraries is a leader in managing and providing access to information services and resources that support teaching, learning, and research for the University of Memphis community. Librarians are on staff to assist in research and finding resources for academic success
    • McWherter Library 203
    • 901-678.2201
    • Librarians available for assistance Monday – Friday 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
    • http://www.memphis.edu/libraries/about/index.php