Announcing the 2018 Connections Counselors
The Counselors have been selected for the 2018 Pre-Orientation Connections program. Learn more about Connections and view Counselor photographs and brief biographies.Meet the Connections Counselors
ASK A STUDENT: Why Use Cornerstone’s Academic Mentoring?
“My understanding of Chemistry material was exponentially increased by utilization of PLTL and RPM. I definitely would not have performed as well as I did in Chemistry if not for these programs. ”
Welcome to Cornerstone
We feature academic peer mentors, study skills workshops, and other useful services, plus Disability Resources and the University’s TRiO program.Get More Cornerstone Info
Our office is open for business, Monday – Friday, from 8:30am-5:00pm. You can find us in Gregg Hall, the first building on the South 40, beyond the overpass and the very first door you see. If you’re planning to visit, please try to schedule ahead with the staff member you’d like to meet.Find Staff Contact Information
Tips from Our Academic Mentors
What are some tried-and-true ways you can set yourself up for academic success? Ask the experts—our student mentors!
First of all: Use your calendar diligently: schedule EVERYTHING including classes, resources, work, exams, papers, meals, friends/family time, sleep and also FUN!Get more tips for your success
Accessible Parking for 2017-18
Concerned about accessible parking options? To answer your questions about parking on campus with a disability and to learn how to make the new parking system work for you, see the Parking and Transportation website or call them at 314-935-5601.