Academic Achievement and Access Center (AAAC)
The AAAC offers services and programs to assist you in your academic success and to enhance your collegiate experience at KU. It also coordinates services for students with disabilities. Students must provide AAAC with qualifying documentation of disability to be eligible for services.
Enroll & Pay
Utilize Enroll & Pay to access academic, financial and personal information.
KU Writing Center
We invite you to visit with our Edwards Campus consultants to brainstorm, draft, or edit your writing. Make a videoconference appointment or submit your project online for written feedback. Try our new live online consultations beginning this fall. You can schedule an appointment via the KU Writing Center.
Resources for Edwards Campus students include databases for finding journals and articles, the online catalog which contains access to e-Books offered immediately and to more than 4.4 million print volumes available by request through the online catalog, e-Journals, Subject and Course Guides, “How To” tutorials and the Ask a Librarian service available from most screens on the KU Libraries website.
Specific library services offered to the KU Edwards community may be found online and include request and return of books from the Lawrence libraries and the online Ask a Librarian service.
Walk-in tutoring for statistics is available for the Fall 2016 semester from 4 to 7 p.m. on Tuesdays and 1 to 4 p.m. on Thursdays in Regents Center 220. The maximum number of students at any given time is 10. Contact email@example.com for additional information.