Student Resources

Student Success Center

The Student Success Center offers a range of programs designed to support student education and faculty instruction across Idaho State University.

Free individual and small-group tutoring in math, writing, and content area courses ranging from anthropology to zoology.

Classes, workshops, and individual tutoring for non-native speakers of English in areas including American culture, written and oral presentation support, and accent modification.

8-week classes focused on learning strategies.

Small First Year Seminar classes designed to enrich the experience of incoming students.

Honors classes leading to Idaho's only Honors degree.

Undergraduate Catalog

Contains course descriptions, learning goals, and degree requirements.

Basics of APA Style Tutorial - Social Workers

This narrated presentation covers the basic writing style rules for publications in social science.

The Purdue Online Writing Lab (OWL)

This site provides resources for:

ASA Lite

ASA Lite is a quick reference to using the style of the American Sociological Association (ASA) in college research papers—papers drafted for classes and seminars.

Use of Class Fees


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