Academic Support, Tutoring, & Engagement
The Supportive Services Program (SSP) continually serves the UMD community through classes, workshops, academic advising, Teaching Assistant opportunities, and the UMD Tutoring Center.
Free walk-in tutoring is offered by undergraduate tutors to all UMD students. Appointments are not necessary, and students do not need to sign in.
Programs and services designed to help first year students with their transition into the UMD community. These include Advisement & Registration, Bulldog Welcome Week, the UMD Seminar, and walk-in support and services.
The Office of Cultural Diversity collaborates with faculty, students, staff and alumni to implement programs that support the University's commitment to inclusivity, equity and multiculturalism.
The American Indian Learning Resource Center exists to enrich the cultural, academic, supportive, and social environment of the UMD campus. Read more
International Student Services (ISS) is the office dedicated to serving UMD's international community. Our primary mission is to assist international students in successfully accomplishing their academic and personal goals.
The Office of Disability Resources is a part of the UMD Multicultural Center and a unit of Student Life at the University of Minnesota Duluth. UMD endorses the Board of Regents Policy on Disability Services and is committed to providing equitable access and learning opportunities for the University community and guests.
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