The Office of the Associate Vice Provost for Student Success has several initiatives that support its mission.
Academic advising serves to develop and enrich students’ educational plans in ways that are consistent with their personal values, goals, and career plans, acting to prepare undergraduates for a life of learning as a member of the global society.
Tennessee Academic Advising Association (TennACADA) was created for staff and faculty advisors as a forum for sharing ideas and exchanging information related to academic advising at the University of Tennessee.
Tutoring and learning assistance is available free of charge for many first- and second-year courses. The website lists available academic support services.
GradesFirst is an online appointment tool for students to use for scheduling advising and tutoring appointments.