Academic Resources for International Students and Scholars

If you need help with your academics, ask for it! Asking for help is not a sign of weakness or a lack of intelligence. You are doing something extremely challenging: you are studying in another country with a different educational system--and you are learning in English, which is probably not your native language.

We want to see all our international students succeed here at the University of Denver. Whether you need help with a specific subject or a broader academic issue, DU has a variety of academic resources available to help you succeed.

Our Resources

The Center for World Languages and Cultures

The Center for World Languages and Cultures is dedicated to intercultural learning. If you need help mastering a language or fulfilling language requirements for your degree, the center is a great resource offering tutoring and workshops.

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The Writing Center

The writing center offers personalized one-on-one help to DU students at no cost. If you're struggling with a paper or research project, or just want to improve your skills, the Writing Center is the recourse you're looking for.

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The Research Center

The research center offers a variety of research-related help including research instruction, subject liaisons, research rooms, and more. If you're looking to take your research project, a consultation can go a long way to improving your project and easing anxiety.

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The Math Center

The math center offers free tutoring to students currently enrolled in Business Calculus, Calculus I, II, and III, Elements of College Algebra, and College Algebra and Trigonometry. Group and individual sessions are available with walk-ins accepted. Whether you're struggling with a concept or looking to get ahead, the Math Center can help you excel academically.

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Library Research Guide for International Students

If you are new to library research or just like to have a reference on hand, the Library Research Guide for International Students is a wonderful resource. The guide covers topics like: