Student Support

Navigating academics and college information may require assistance. Student Services provides resources on campus to guide you along the way.

We hope you take advantage of the many services, activities, and opportunities available to you, and we will make every effort to ensure that your experience here is unquestionably rewarding.

Additional Resources

Degree UP offers a program where students can borrow one of 20 laptops for the semester. This is on a first-come, first-serve basis.  Download our Application

Students and staff can obtain a free copy of Microsoft Office which includes Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and Notebook. 

Download Microsoft Office

  • Enter your student email address and press “Get Started”
  • Instructions will be sent to your student email address.

Get free confidential and professional short-term counseling. You can also attend workshops, reduce your stress and get referrals to local community resources. See what Personal Counseling Services has to offer and visit the Personal Counseling webpage or download the Personal Counseling Information Brochure.

There are many outside organizations that offer Support and Community Resources.

  • Oct. 9th - APA Workshop with Professor McCulloch - Rm. D111 at 2 pm. If you are enrolled in a psychology, education, nursing, or other social sciences course, then attend this workshop to learn and practice the basics of the American Psychological Association (APA) style of documentation with Prof. McCulloch.
  • Oct. 23 - The Research Paper Process - Part I with Prof. McCulloch - Rm. D111 at 2 pm. In this first part of a two-part series, we will learn how to start the research paper process, from brainstorming to prewriting to the basics of research.
  • Nov. 6th - The Research Paper Process - Part II with Prof. McCulloch - Rm. D111 at 2 pm. In the second and final part of the series, we will discuss how to go from ideas and research to a complete rough draft using techniques such as free-writing and outlining.