Academic Support Programs

UAM offers various programs to maximize student success. All of the programs are FREE!

Weevils at Work
Library 213, (870) 460-1533, halleyc@uamont.edu

“Weevils at Work” is UAM’s student mentoring program. Student mentors are available to help any current UAM student. Mentors are a good resource for new students because they understand the demands of a student’s first year of college. Mentors are available during the fall and spring semesters.

Career Services
Harris Hall 201, (870) 460-1453, hughesl@uamont.edu

The Career Services Center, located on the second floor of Harris Hall, provides services to assist students determining career and educational choices. Through both group and individual counseling, the Center tries to help students better understand themselves, their interests, and abilities.

Appointments are generally necessary for individualized assistance, while the Career Library, Employment Listings, and FOCUS programs are available on a drop-in basis from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Counseling & Testing Center
Monticello: 
Harris Hall 201, (870) 460-1454, hughesl@uamont.edu
Crossett: 
College of Technology, (870) 364-6414
McGehee: 
College of Technology, (870) 222-5360

The Counseling and Testing Services office provides a wide variety of specialized counseling and testing services to prospective and current UAM students. All services are confidential in nature. Appointments can be made in person during the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday or by telephone. Walk-in counseling is also generally available to accommodate students in crisis or emergency situations.

Tutoring Lab and Math/Science Assistance/Tutorial Lab
Harris Hall, (870) 460-1454, hughesl@uamont.edu

Any student who desires to be successful in his/her general education classes such as history, microcomputer applications, psychology, mathematics, science, or other courses, can receive assistance through tutoring services available on the 3rd floor of Harris Hall. Student assistants are available to help with specific assignments as well as help students develop better study habits and note-taking skills. Assistants will also set up a routine tutoring schedule if needed for any student.

Student Special Services
Monticello: 
Harris Hall 124, (870) 460-1026, whitingm@uamont.edu
Crossett: 
College of Technology, (870) 364-6414
McGehee: 
College of Technology, (870) 222-5360

The University ensures that students with special circumstances and/or disabilities are given the same rights and services as any other student at the University. Classrooms, administrative, and recreational facilities are accessible. Students with documented disabilities may receive a variety of accommodations, including preadmission planning, adaptive test taking, readers, scribes, classroom accommodations, faculty consultation/notification, taped textbooks, and others.

The Writing Center
Memorial Classroom Building 113, (870) 460-1378, writing@uamont.edu

Senior-level English majors are available to assist current UAM students during all stages of the writing process including prewriting, drafting, revising, proofreading, and publishing at the Writing Center. Writing Center tutors help generate ideas, develop a thesis, organize material, and revise early drafts. The Center’s staff and tutors work one-on-one with students on a variety of writing projects: compositions, reports, outlines, business letters, research and fiction. The Writing Center has 25 networked computers with Internet capability to assist students with research and word processing.