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Discuss any concerns with your faculty member. Remember, your instructor wants to see you succeed! If you have questions or concerns about your assignment's guidelines, discuss it with them early. Maintaining good communication with your instructors throughout the semester can be one of your best resources!
Visit the Center for Academic Enhancement (CAE). The Center for Academic Enhancement provides free peer and professional tutoring, writing help such as proofreading and editing, and even helpful workshops and advice in areas such as time management and study skills. Never let the scope of an assignment overwhelm or panic you. Let the CAE help you instead!
Ask a librarian for research assistance. If you are not sure where to begin (or even if you think it might be too late!), the reference librarians can help you find appropriate resources for your assignment, help evaluate the resources you already have, and show you how to properly cite sources in your paper. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit us at the reference desk during any open library hours.