Undergraduate Student Resources
Holman Success Center provides academic support for all currently registered EMU undergraduates. Our services are free and include peer tutoring and Supplemental Instruction (SI), which is offered in several large general education classes. We also have academic success coaches who work on a one-on-one basis to help students optimize their academic performance.
COB Tutoring Lab
Free tutoring is provided for ACC240, ACC241, DS265, and FIN350.
Monday, Tuesday & Thursday 9am-6pm
Free tutoring, support, and assignment assistance is provided for courses with a math focus. The Math Tutoring Lab is located in 411 Pray Harrold.
The math placement exam is offered every Wednesday & Thursday from 10am-2pm in 508 Pray Harrold. Please visit the website for exam topics and study materials. Please see a COB advisor to determine if it is necessary for you to take the math placement exam.
Students wishing to take a foreign language at EMU should complete a language placement exam, unless they have no previous knowledge of the language. To schedule the exam please call the World Language Department at 734.487.0130. Please visit the website for additional information on the exam.
Graduate Student Resources
The College of Business offers comprehensive academic advising with support from both professional advising staff and faculty. The academic advising syllabus outlines the advising relationship and the responsibilities of both advisors and advisees. The syllabus is a helpful resource to students during their academic journey.
Business Refresher Courses
The College of Business offers free online “refresher courses” in the areas of accounting, economics, finance, business ethics, communication, and quantitative skills. The courses are self-paced, ungraded, and are available solely for academic support. These modules can be particularly useful for students who have waived out of a foundation course but find that a “refresher” may be needed before attempting an MBA core course in that area. To request to be registered for one or more of the refresher courses, please send an email from your EMU e-mail account with your name, student number, and desired course(s). You will be registered and then sent a confirmation email with instructions on how to log in and access the course(s).
Students in MBA core course FIN 620 Financial Administration Policies are strongly encouraged to view and refer to this video as needed throughout the semester. It is a detailed (1 hour and 20 minutes) example of financial statement projection.
Any student who needs a review of introduction to financial statements and accounting terminology could benefit from watching this approximately 30-minute video.
Academic Resources for All Students
The University Writing Center offers one-on-one support to all EMU students (graduate and undergraduate) to improve writing skills. Consultants are available to help students at any stage of the writing process. UWC also offers free workshops on various topics related to writing. College of Business students may visit the Center’s satellite location in COB Room 100 during designated hours.
As an EMU student, you have access through the University Library to free timed practice tests to help you prepare for the GMAT and GRE exams. Practice tests for both the verbal and quantitative sections of both exams are available at your convenience.
Kate Pittsley, and Bill Marino, Business Librarians, have created several research guides for students. You may also find it useful to see the links to, and descriptions of, what information is found in specific databases.
The Academic Programs Abroad office offers a variety of study abroad programs including cultural history programs, travel and study programs, direct exchanges, intensive language and programs offered over winter break and during summer. Most programs are open to students from any college or university and EMU students can apply financial aid awards toward the programs. We also provide advising and information about study abroad opportunities available through other universities, work or volunteer opportunities abroad and budget travel.