Resources for Students
Browse through our Resources page, or use the following links to jump to a specific section of interest.
- Resources for help with writing.
- Resources for writing programs and projects
- Resources for student health and well-being
Resources for help with writing
The UAlbany Writing Center
This is an essential place to visit on campus to talk with a peer about your writing process and to get some feedback on your writing assignments.
You will be using the libraries frequently during your time at UAlbany, so check out their website now to find out more about the research process.
MLA stands for Modern Language Association. The MLA has a set of specific guidelines to follow for formatting your papers and citing sources if you are taking English or certain Humanities courses. You may also use MLA Style in the Writing and Critical Inquiry Program.
MLA Guide from the Online Writing Lab at Purdue University
MLA Citation Fox from the UAlbany Libraries
APA stands for the American Psychological Association. The APA has a set of specific guidelines to follow for formatting your papers and citing sources if you are taking Social Science courses. You may also use APA Style in the Writing and Critical Inquiry Program.
APA Guide from the Online Writing Lab at Purdue University
APA Citation Fox from the UAlbany Libraries
Resources for writing programs and projects
New York State Writers Institute
If you are interested in exploring your own potential as a writer and hearing from acclaimed writers about their process and writings, check out this remarkable program right here at UAlbany.
Capital District Writing Project
Resources for student health and well-being
The University Health Center (offers help for physical and mental health issues)
400 Patroon Creek Blvd
Albany, NY 12206
PHONE (518) 442-5454
APPOINTMENTS (518) 442-5229
The Counseling Center (help for feelings of anxiety, anger, depression, sexual assault, and more)
400 Patroon Creek Blvd.
Albany, NY 12206
Good Samaritan 911 Policy:
A student or student organization seeking medical treatment for him/herself, or for any other student who is in immediate medical need, or any student who is the recipient of this emergency medical help, will not be subject to disciplinary sanctions related to the violation of using or possessing alcohol or other drugs, as defined in Community Rights and Responsibilities (Prohibited Conduct Drugs and Alcohol). This policy applies to emergencies both on and off campus.