Academic Resources à£à£Ö±²¥ÐãStateâ€™s academic, financial and advising services are here to help you navigate on campus. Youâ€™ll find resources to plan your degree, register for classes, map a career path and stay on track. We offer one-on-one tutoring, advising and a full-service library to help you when you need it.Â Our core academic programs come with built-in mentoring and support, because your success is our top priority. Academic Calendar View important dates and deadlines for each academic term, including holiday closures, registration dates, financial deadlines, religious observances and final exam schedules. You can see calendars for the next three years to help you plan for the future. Academic Services Find academic support with PSUâ€™s Writing Center, Learning Center, tutoring services, coaching and other resources to help you reach your goals. Our support services can help you master your coursework and develop effective learning strategies. All of our services are free to PSU students. Advising Academic and career advisors help you bring together your personal, professional and academic interests to create a degree plan and stay on track. Your advisor will help you make the right decisions and gain the real-world experience you need to meet your goals. Core Curriculum University Studies is PSUâ€™s innovative four-year pathway to undergraduate success. We integrate all your general education requirements, such as writing and math, into a series of engaging courses that help you launch a rewarding career. Youâ€™ll find your community, explore your interests and solve real-world problems. University Honors College Explore a rigorous curriculum through the lens of the culturally rich, ever-evolving city of à£à£Ö±²¥Ðãin the University Honors College. Honors gives you built-in academic support, research opportunities, and a tight-knit community. The program fulfills your general education requirements and allows you to pick any major. The à£à£Ö±²¥ÐãState University Library offers research tools, help from librarians, student services, faculty support, computer labs and study spaces. You can chat with a librarian 24/7, borrow a laptop, reserve a study room, get tutoring at the Learning Center, and access open online textbooks. The Bulletin is your academic guide. Read course descriptions, learn about majors, review graduation requirements and map a clear path to your degree. Plan your academic schedule by browsing class times, locations and instructors for each term. See projections for when courses will be offered in the next three years. Registrar Sign up for classes, declare or change your major, apply for a degree, order transcripts and access other student records in the Office of the Registrar. Find out everything you need to know about registration, from your first class through commencement.