Academic Success Resource List
Academic Advising Center- OM 127 (257-3015). This office can help you interpret academic policies and procedures, give you guidance on General Education and College-wide requirements, and help you navigate the intricacies of the institution. If you are not sure what you need or where to go, this office is a great place to start.
Career Resource Center - HUM 105 (257-3265). This office can help you explore majors and career options as well as to integrate academic experiences with career goals. The Center offers a variety of services including individual counseling, skills and interest assessment, assistance with resume/cover letter writing, internship advisement and credential file services.
Psychological Counseling Center - Student Health and Counseling Building (257-2920). The Center facilitates academic, social, emotional and ethical development within the university learning community. In addition to providing help to students with a variety of personal problems, the Counseling Center runs workshops to assist with academic success. Topics covered include time management, test-taking anxiety and stress reduction, among others.
Student Health Center - Student Health and Counseling Building (257-3400). The Center staff provides for the primary health care needs of students during the college semester. They recognize the importance of helping students prevent or detect early physical, developmental and psychiatric problems that can have a negative impact on a student's academic and social functions.
Disability Resource Center - SUB 210 (257-3020). This office coordinates special arrangements for classes, assists in the provision of academic support in both academic and physical accommodations, and functions as the liaison with faculty and other college personnel about the special needs of eligible students who have registered with the office.
Center for Academic Development and Learning - SCB 130 (257-3580). This office houses the campus TUTORING and WRITING CENTER. If you are having difficulty in a class, talk to your instructor first. If you need more assistance, contact the Center. Tutors are available in most subjects free of charge.
Math Lab - HUM 307 (257-3527). The Mathematics Laboratory is a Walk-in Tutoring Center offering help with mathematics for students enrolled in any course on campus. The lab is currently open 44 hours per week and is staffed primarily by adjunct faculty and student assistants. The lab has fifteen computers and seating for about 10 more students. Help is available for the developmental and introductory mathematics courses as well as more advanced mathematics courses. Students working on material from other departments (business, chemistry, psychology etc) who are having trouble with topics requiring some mathematics are also welcome to use the lab.
Student Help Desk - HUM 103 (firstname.lastname@example.org). The Student Help Desks' goal is to assist students at with the numerous questions and problems encountered both at home and on campus. We provide services for the following: Student Computer accounts, Blackboard assistance, Windows 2000/XP/Vista and Mac OS X network configurations for ResNet, wireless networking or dial-up Internet connection, distribution of Ethernet cords for campus residents and Ethernet hubs to students living in tripled rooms, Assistance with USB flash drives, recordable CDs and NP (N:) Drive, and more.