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Academic Integrity and Plagiarism Prevention Resources: 4. Getting Help

Getting Help

When you have questions about your instructors' expectations for assignments, ask!

Make use of your instructors' office hours and take the time to seek guidance. If you would like help with your writing, quantitative courses, or class projects, campus resources are available:

Campus Resource Description Location
Cascadia’s Bock Learning Center

Writing Tutoring are prepared to help you with papers at any point in the writing process. They can help you brainstorm ideas, develop an outline, or review a draft in progress. Drop-in sessions available, but scheduling an appointment is encouraged. STEM Tutoring are available to provide individual and small group assistance on a drop-in basis. Online E-Tutoring is also available for multiple subjects areas.

CC2-060 and CC2-080
UWB Academic Learning Commons
  • Academic Success Coaching - Academic Success Coaches guide students through the many possible ways they can improve their learning and academic performance. We meet students 1:1 and in workshops to assess and assist them in mapping a plan to achieve their short term and long-term academic goals.
  • Quantitative Skills Center - QSC tutors aim to help UW Bothell students develop skills and confidence with quantitative reasoning. Our peer tutoring model involves asking a lot of questions, working through examples, and modeling the problem-solving process.
  • Writing and Communication Center - WaCC peer consultants support students of all abilities, at any stage of the reading, writing, or presentation process; in any academic endeavor that requires clear and concise communication. Our goal is to work with students to be stronger, more confident writers.

We honor the myriad of diverse backgrounds and experiences UW Bothell students come from and aim to provide culturally responsive academic support that is continuously learning from the issues underrepresented students and communities’ encounter. We acknowledge there are many ways to define and achieve student success.