Additional Campus Resources
If you’re struggling in a certain class, talk to your instructor. Every professor has office hours and can best answer your questions about course material.
Every student on campus is assigned an academic advisor. This person can assist you if you’re having difficulty with the courses in your major and act as a resource person to other services on campus. Your advisor can also help you with schedule planning, research opportunities, graduate school, and career options.
· Director of Academic Advising
Mrs. Leonard can assist you with finding a tutor and improving study habits. She can also help you if you’re considering changing your major or need a referral to other offices.
· Writing Center
Located in room 204 of the Buhl Library, you can get help with improving your writing skills or proofreading a paper. The hours are from 3-5 p.m. Monday and Wednesday and 6 -8:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday night.
· Career Services
This office offers many services including career counseling, resume consultation, mock interviewing, job listings, self-assessment inventories, and much more. They’re located in the PLC Building.
· Counseling Center
Frequently, academic difficulties are the result of other stresses in your life. The Counseling Center provides free, confidential counseling for a wide range of issues. They are located in the Zerbe Health Center.
Student Life and Learning is a supportive staff of people whose primary role is to foster an active, healthy, and fun campus life experience that challenges students toward moral character, social responsibility, and personal excellence. They seek to engage and grow your talents in a variety of campus life opportunities, as well as to provide support and counsel in times of difficulty.