Introduction to Computer
If you experience difficulty in this course for any reason, please don't hesitate to consult with your instructor. In addition to the resources of the department, a wide range of services is available to support you in your efforts to meet the course requirements.
- Campus Learning Assistance Service: 893-3269. CLAS helps students increase their mastery of course material through course-specific tutoring and academic skills development. Check out our tutorial groups and drop-in tutoring schedules posted on our web site: www.clas.ucsb.edu. Sign up for services at our main office, Building 477, 9-5 daily.
- Counseling & Career Services: (893-4411, www.counseling.ucsb.edu) offers counseling for personal & career concerns, self-help information and connections to off-campus mental health resources.
- Disabled Students Program: 893-2668; www.sa.ucsb.edu/dsp. DSP provides academic support services to eligible students with temporary and permanent disabilities. Please inform the instructor (Dr. Costanzo) if you require special classroom accommodations due to a disability. You must register with DSP prior to receiving these accommodations.
Engineering undergraduate students should visit their Undergraduate Studies Office for general counseling matters, including progress checks.