Learning Assistance and Resource Center
The Learning Assistance and Resource Center (LARC) is an all-inclusive student academic center, providing free tutoring services to promote academic achievement and success.
Disability Resources Office
The Disability Resources Office (DRO) is a full-service office prepared to meet the needs of students with diverse disabilities. As a student with a documented disability, the DRO can provide assistance for physical, learning, psychiatric, medical, and temporary disabilities such as illness, surgery or broken bones.
An Academic Advisor is likely to be one of the first people that you meet, as a new Radford University Student. Depending on your major, you may be advised primarily in an advising center, or you may have a faculty advisor. In either case, your academic advisor can assist you in choosing the correct classes to achieve your academic goals.
Student Support Services
Radford University Student Support Services "SUCCESS" Program is a federally funded TRIO program designed to assist eligible students (i.e. first-generation college, low income, documented disabilities) to succeed at Radford University and obtain a baccalaureate degree. The SUCCESS staff offer an array of support services to enhance academic skills, develop leadership potential, assist with financial aid options, encourage graduate school education and support cultural enrichment activities in a comfortable, relaxed environment.
New Student Programs
The Office of New Student Programs (NSP) coordinates orientation and student success programs with the goal of ensuring that as a new student, you will have every opportunity to become an integral part of the University community.
"UNIV 100" is a first semester course that actively supports new students in making a successful transition to Radford University. Taught by a teaching team-- a faculty member and a student peer-instructor, the class becomes a learning community where friendships are formed and students are engaged in learning valuable academic, social and personal life-management resources and skills.
With over half a million books and counting, McConnell Library offers many diverse services to students at RU. Quiet or group study rooms, a coffee shop, and comfortable areas where you can meet and collaborate with classmates can all be found for students to take part in.