SCS Spring 2021 Services
The SCS is committed to providing statistical support to the UConn community and beyond, with all consulting meetings held remotely via WebEx. To ask a question, or request an appointment with an SCS consultant, please submit an online question.
If you are in the School of Dental Medicine, please use the form found here.
Information on our additional services can be found below.
The Statistical Consulting Services (SCS) provides advice on statistical problems arising in the preparation of studies, the analysis of data and the interpretation of results. The SCS is available to graduate students, faculty members, as well as non-UConn clients in government and industry. The SCS provides statistical advice to faculty and graduate student researchers throughout the University generating collaborative research and serving to train graduate students in applied statistics.
What we offer
The SCS can provide help at any stage of research:
Please note: we cannot assist with legal cases
Modes of Assistance
- Free walk-in services are our most popular offering intended for quick questions about grant applications, journal articles, Ph.D. dissertations, M.S. theses, and undergraduate research projects. Our current schedule is available on the walk-in schedule page.
- Free Online help allows users to submit question and documents online. Questions are usually addressed within 24 hours but may take up to 3 business days if an area expert is needed. Use the submission tool to get assistance.
Please Note: this assistance is not intended for homework and is more geared to data analysis rather than specific statistical software usage.
Clients may be referred to the SCS from a regularly scheduled consulting appointment. The SCS accepts projects from clients or researchers. To obtain statistical consulting from the SCS, please complete the online application form. Non-UConn clients should contact the SCS director for assistance with project engagements.
Our internal fees are $35 per graduate assistant hour. Clients, including external clients, should contact Timothy E. Moore (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more fee information.
Finding the SCS
The SCS is located in the Nathan L. Whetten Building on UConn's Storrs campus.
The SCS is committed to creating a safe and welcoming environment for the UConn community. We celebrate and honor the uniqueness and diversity of all individuals. We strive to promote social justice and inclusivity throughout UConn and the broader community through our training, workshops, and consulting services.
- SCS Consulting – April 30, 2021The SCS is currently only accepting new full project consulting clients at this time. All on-demand (online and walk-in) assistance will start up again in June. Contact email@example.com with any questions.
Nathan L. Whetten Graduate Center
438 Whitney Rd Ext
Storrs, CT 06269