Resources
Professional Development

Career & Academic Planning—Student Success Center 3210
Career & Academic Planning (CAP) provides students with the opportunity to learn how to write resumes and cover letters, and conduct internship or job research.

Communication Center—Student Success Center 1155
The Communication Center provides support for presentation development, test preparation and interview skills development.

Graduate Student Association—Madison Hall 4000
The Graduate Student Association (GSA), led and run by graduate students, provides professional and social opportunities to all graduate students.

Office of Prestigious Scholarships—Hillcrest 202
The Office of Prestigious Scholarships facilitates graduate students' application for national scholarships, such as the Boren and Fulbright, by helping them navigate the application process.

University Writing Center—1st floor of the Student Success Center
The University Writing Center (UWC) offers free, individualized writing consultations for graduate students in either face-to-face or virtual environments.

Student Services

Center for Multicultural Student Services—Madison Union (Taylor Hall) 207
The Center for Multicultural Student Services (CMSS) provides educational and celebratory services supporting an inclusive campus community.

Counseling Center—Student Success Center 3100
The Counseling Center provides individual and group counseling, treatment programs and workshops to graduate students.

University Health Center—The Well (1st floor of the Student Success Center)
The University Health Center (UWC) provides medical care, self-care guides and prevention activities for drug abuse, alcohol abuse and sexual violence.

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