Academic Support Center
This center has tutoring, computers, printers, cookies, and more. Don’t miss out on these free perks. Check out the Academic Support Center on the first floor of the Student Union Building on the university campus and the Technology Building at City College.
Disability Support Services
This resource center provides services to students with disabilities. Get a sign language interpreter, request longer test-taking times, or obtain access to a note-taker. Utilize these services and more at Disability Support Services, located in the College of Education in room 135.
The Diversity Center can be your home away from home. Open to all students, the Diversity Center focuses on developing outreach for minority and international students. You can find the Diversity Center on the second floor of the Student Union Building.
Use the Library’s plethora of online and on-campus resources, including books, e-books, journals, magazines, DVDs, computers, and printers. Plus, check to see if your instructor has a copy of your course’s textbook on reserve. Visit the Library on the west end of the university campus. The Community Library and Testing Center is located in the Technology Building at City College.
Student Health Services
Visit Student Health Services for any ailment large or small. The clinic has registered nurses, nurse practitioners, mental health counselors, a massage therapist, health education programming, and more. Health insurance is not required in order to use their services. Students taking seven or more credits pay for Student Health Services in their student fees, so they don’t need any money in their pockets in order to visit the clinic. Students taking six or fewer credits can pay an optional fee in order to utilize Student Health Services. Find Student Health Services on the second floor of Petro Hall on the university campus or on the second floor of the Technology Building at City College.
Student Support Services
SSS/TRiO provides support for students seeking academic development by offering tutoring and mentoring services. Any student who is low income, is a first-generation college student, or has a documented disability is eligible to apply. Find SSS/TRiO in Library 141 on the university campus.
“Be excited to be a part of the Yellowjacket family. It is very well connected and
you are more than a number here. Teachers still know your name and care about you.
(It) is nice knowing you have support.”
-A former freshman