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Transition to Online Services
In order to continue providing academic and other support services, the OMSA has transitioned to 100% virtual services, including matched tutoring and drop-in mentoring. Please contact your advisor or mentor directly or visit our website, www.omsa.illinois.edu, for more information.
OMSA Online Tutoring in the Academic Services Center
Subjects for Fall 2020:
- Foreign Languages
- and more!
Visit go.illinois.edu/omsatutoring to sign up or find out more!
OMSA Advising and Mentoring Drop-In
Have a question you don't know who to ask? Need help with staying on top of your classes? Unsure about your academic plans?
The OMSA's Advising and Mentoring program has drop-in hours for all OMSA students!
Visit go.illinois.edu/omsaappts to schedule an appointment today!
Tutoring & Academic Services
Assists students in developing the confidence, independence and active learning skills necessary to meet both the University's academic standards and students' individual educational goals.
Advising & Mentoring
Offering proactive mentoring services to students at Illinois through its full-time professional staff and more than 50 graduate students hired and trained by OMSA.
TRIO McNair Post-Baccalaureate Achievement
Provides research, mentoring, advising, and graduate school preparation opportunities for eligible sophomores, juniors and seniors to promote their academic excellence and pursuit of a PhD.
Priority selection deadline is September 30, 2018.
TRIO Upward Bound
Committed to providing our students with high quality academic, cultural, and career related activities designed to prepare and equip them to successfully complete high school, enroll in an accredited post-secondary institution and obtain a baccalaureate degree.
TRIO Student Support Service
Working with students to enhance their academic performance, increase retention and graduation rates, and help prepare them for careers after graduation.
TRIO Talent Search
Helping participants graduate from high school, enroll in college the fall after graduating high school or completing an equivalent program (e.g., GED), and complete their postsecondary education.