Career Development and Education provides students and alumni with expertise, resources, and access to potential employers. They provide services in self-assessment, exploration of the world of work, and searching for employment or graduate school opportunities.
The TLC provides support on course assignments and other academic issues, through individual and group consultations, quantitative (math) assistance, verbal (writing) assistance, and multimedia consultation. The TLC also provides classes and workshops in areas such as student technology, study skills (time management, note-taking, test preparation, and reading effectively), academic integrity and public speaking.
The Student Counseling Center offers free, confidential counseling to currently enrolled students. Students can seek counseling for a variety of concerns, including depression, academic difficulties, grief, relationship difficulties and stress.
Disability Support Services (DSS) functions as the focal point for coordination of services for students with disabilities. They are committed to making physical facilities and instructional programs more accessible to students with disabilities, and provide accommodations and assistance to qualified students.
The Office of Student Financial Aid provides information and advising about financial aid options, including grants, loans, scholarships and work-study.