Top Five Campus-Based Resources to Support Your Teaching

Top Five Campus-Based Resources to Support Your Teaching

  1. The Bright Success Center provides learning support services, such tutoring and academic advising for undeclared students, and peer-based support services, like mentoring, peer advising.
  2. The Student First Center offers a wealth of resources including links to key personal and support services such as CAPS Disability ServicesViolence Prevention Center and more. For more, visit its resources page.
  3. The UC Merced Library meets the research and teaching needs of students and faculty. As freshmen start at the university, they may not be taking full advantage of the library’s space, services and resources.
  4. The Center for Engaged Teaching and Learning promotes student-centered learning and supports faculty and teaching assistant (TA) development as educators with workshops and consultancies. It offers English Language Institute (ELI) support for international students and TAs and Students assessing teaching and learning (SATAL): assessment support program for faculty interested in receiving student’s perspective of their teaching.
  5. Institutional Research and Decision Support (IRDS) provides institutional data describing students demographics and survey results. Visit this site to know more about our students.