The Registrar’s Office provides administrative services and academic support to currently enrolled students and the campus community, as well as to prospective and former students. We are located in room 0251 of the new Student Services Building
The primary goals of the Registrar’s Office are to assist students in the registration process, assess tuition and fees, monitor students’ academic progress, and determine eligibility for degree. The Registrar’s Office also provides many specialized services for students such as transcript distribution, enrollment verification, and withdrawal.
For the academic units, the Registrar’s Office oversees all general classroom space assignments, coordinates faculty and staff access to the Banner Student Information System, and identifies the students to be recognized for University-wide high scholastic achievement (such as Deans List and Honors Day).
The Center for Learning Support Services located in Morris Library, room 710, offers free tutoring for first-year students and those enrolled in lower-level courses. For students in higher-level courses, tutoring may be available, depending on availability of staff. Group study sessions, academic coaching, and math tutoring are also available in our new tutoring center - LIB 710.
The Writing Center offers free tutoring services to all SIUC undergraduate and graduate students and faculty. Come on in for a Writing Center session and improve your writing skills! Locations are available in Morris Library and Trueblood. The center is closed final’s week and in between semesters.
You must be a valid SIU math student, faculty member, or teaching assistant with a valid Network ID to attend Math Tutoring and Help Sessions. Locations are available in Faner, Morris Library, and Trueblood. Hours vary by location so check the website for further information.
The Achieve Program is a fee-for-service program that serves students with ADD, ADHD, Dyslexia, Asperger’s Syndrome, Processing Disorders, and many other learning difficulties. The team of experience staff advisors, case managers, test proctors, academic coaches, and content specific tutors work together to help you meet your academic requirements successfully.
Disability Support Services provides academic and programmatic support services to students with permanent and temporary disabilities. In order to utilize DSS services, students must come to the disability office in Woody Hall B150 to open cases.
Located on the SIU campus CASD offers social communication skills training to SIU students. Students are provided training to help improve socialization skills to adjust to the social demands of navigating college life, as well as gain support and counseling to improve independent living skills. For more information please contact Sherell Sparks at 453-7123.
The College of Business Academic Success Center, located in Rehn Hall, Room 10, gives business students tutoring assistance and support with some of their more challenging courses. The tutoring available is typically focused on more quantitative courses required in business major, generally in math or finance, but students can go to Rehn 10 and get help with any business course as well as use it as a place to study.
Faculty, graduate assistants, or currently enrolled foreign language students are available each semester to help tutor students in language classes. Visit the website for a list of tutors, times, and various classroom locations at the Foreign Language Help Center, located in Faner. Language tables are offered in American Sign Language, Chinese, French, German, Japanese, and Spanish.
Morris Library is the main library for SIU and offers a wide range of services including reference assistance, instructional and technical support, distance learning, and geographic information systems as well as having over 2.6 millions volumes.
Students meeting one of the eligibility criteria (neither of your parents have a 4-year degree, you meet the Federal income guidelines and/or you possess a documented disability) can receive services with TRiO. Services include: counseling, pre-academic advisement, cultural and social activities, University 100, individualized tutoring, financial aid assistance, workshops, peer mentoring, laptop loan program, textbook loans, and free printing workstations.
The Center works to bring together the Black Resource Center, Hispanic Resource Center and LGBTQ Resource Center to facilitate student and professional development through numerous academic and non-academic programming for the increased ability to appreciate, value, respect, and connect with multiple diverse cultures now and into the future.
Here you will be able to find information regarding the Student Conduct Code, information regarding the conduct process, resources for students, faculty/staff, and parents, as well as the other services our office provides.