Academic Resource Center
By providing peer-to-peer as well as staff support and mentoring, the Academic Resource Center empowers students to grow intellectually and personally as they pursue their goals.
- Assistance, Counseling, and Encouragement (ACE)
Academic support program for students encountering academic difficulty to aid in academic skills and study habits to achieve academic success.
- Tutorial Assistance Program
Provides tutoring in a variety of subjects and disciplines that is free to all UCR students. Our tutors offer broad-based study skills strategies and techniques to promote critical thinking.
- Undergraduate Writing Center
Writing support for all UCR undergraduates via writing consultations and workshops.
- Supplemental Instruction (SI)
Peer-led group study and academic assistance to help students succeed in traditionally difficult courses. Sessions are regularly scheduled, out-of-class group study giving students an opportunity to compare notes, discuss readings, and prepare for exams.
- Graduate Preparation School Exam Programs
Reduced-cost seminars to help students prepare for exams required by many graduate and professional schools: the GMAT, GRE, LSAT, and MCAT.
- Highlander Early Start Academy (HESA)
A 7-week intensive summer study program pairing English/Math with a History or Oral Communications course as well as programming to increase student confidence, provide knowledge about the campus, and help students feel at home at UC Riverside.
- Mathematics Advisory Exams
Placement and Advisory Examinations are required by UCR to assess student readiness for University work and determine the appropriate course placement in Mathematics.
- R'Success Workshops
The workshop series covers a variety of study skills topics with each workshop offered several times each quarter. Workshops are scheduled on a drop-in basis and are free for registered UCR students.
- Intermediate Algebra Workshop (ARC 035)
Intermediate Algebra Workshop--ARC 035 workshops help students refresh their math skills and develop a better grounding in the fundamentals needed to be successful in university level math courses. Courses are offered in the summer, fall, winter and spring.