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Graduate and Undergraduate Student Resources

​​​Below are links to information pertinent to both graduate and undergraduate students. Use the Graduate Resources and Undergraduate Resources navigation at left to view program specific information on advising, useful links, necessary forms, and other resources.

Tutoring for Statistics and Research Methods Courses

Tutors are located in the Department of Sociology in office 1210. Please contact our tutors at their email below for the current terms tutoring hours:

Jazmine Luebbert​​ — jluebber​  
​Chardonae​ Pendleton — 

Sociology Internship Program

Check out the Sociology Internship Program opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students.

Alpha Kappa Delta

Alpha Kappa Delta- The International Sociology Honor Society

Links to University Resources For Students

The university provides an index of links to university-wide student resources.

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