Academic Achievement and Access Center – Workshops and individual consultations. They also are the campus home for Disability Resources.
Graduate Student TRAC – An exceptional resource guide from Graduate Studies, divided into Teaching, Research, Academics, and Career Development.
ETD Workshops - Workshops to help you prepare a dissertation or thesis that meets KU and ProQuest submission standards.
Student Health Services – A broad range of health services, including a Walk-in Clinic.
Counseling and Psychological Services – Individual as well as group therapy, including a Dissertation Distress/Thesis Torment Group, Graduate Women’s Group, and Mindfulness Group.
KU Recreation Services – Information on campus fitness centers and programs.
Student Involvement and Leadership Center – Student organizations and programs at KU providing multiple ways to get involved and stay connected.
Careers & Professional Practice
Graduate and Professional Association – Graduate student group dedicated to addressing the needs and concerns of KU’s graduate students.
University Career Center – Online resources and individual appointments to help graduate students prepare for a range of career options.
Curriculum Vitae – University Career Center guide to preparing your CV.
Resumes - University Career Center guide to preparing your resume.
Reference File Service - Service offered by the University Career Center to help compile and send reference letters for an academic job search. A small fee is required.
Center for Teaching Excellence – Both online materials and in-person training opportunities to prepare graduate students to teach.
Student Conduct Review Team – A valuable support for GTAs dealing with student behaviors that raise concern.
Instructional Services – Offers technical training to students, staff and faculty on a variety of systems, including Endnote, Blackboard, Microsoft Office programs, and more.
Responsible Scholarship – Research and Graduate Studies maintains a comprehensive listing of resources related to the responsible conduct of research.
Do you see an important campus resource that’s missing? Email us to suggest an addition to the list.