Student Services

The full complement of student services is available on campus to graduate students. These are described on the Student Affairs and Dean of Students websites.

The Oasis Room (room 266) in Davies Center, is a study lounge and meeting area designated for non-traditional and graduate students.  There is also a nice lounge and study area located on the fifth floor of the McIntyre Library, Room 5029, for quiet study. To gain access to the library lounge, graduate students may present their Blugold ID at the front desk of the library; non-traditional students should contact Academic Advising. Individually assigned lockers are available in the library's lounge. The services of the library are described in a handbook which may be obtained at the circulation desk.

Academic Support Services includes: Advising, Testing, and New Student Initiatives, Academic Skills Center, Career Services, Office of Multicultural Affairs, and Services for Students with Disabilities. Staff in these areas will assist students with questions regarding areas of study, personal objectives, and career goals. Career Services provides information on career development and assists graduates in finding career opportunities appropriate to their specialization, training, and abilities. The staff is in contact with numerous college administrators, representatives of business and industry, government services, and health agencies, many of whom interview students on campus.

Special services are available to students with disabilities who provide documentation of need to the Services for Students with Disabilities Office, Centennial Hall 2016. All academic buildings on campus are accessible.

Graduate students may apply for health insurance and may utilize the facilities of the Student Health Service. Counseling is available to any student needing assistance with personal problems. Counseling Services is located in OL 2122.