Students, families, faculty, librarians and staff are encouraged to review the resources and services below for assisting a student in need.
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Students in need of crisis resources including domestic violence, overdose prevention, and sexual assault resources, should view Student Crisis Information.
Students in need of academic tutoring, coaching and advising will find a broad range of resources at the Academic Achievement Center.
Need help affording the cost of your college education? For grants, loans, student work programs and financial aid counseling, contact the Financial Aid Office.
Acute and primary health care services are provided to all currently registered students. Students do not have to enroll in the university-sponsored insurance plan to use Health Services.
Students in search of confidential mental health services have access to free virtual and in person Counseling Services.
Students in need of technology help including laptop recommendations, and support services should view Student Technology.
Students experiencing economic stress may need a broader range of supports such as financial assistance from the student emergency fund, or access to the food pantry, clothing, legal or housing assistance. Students with these needs should contact Student Outreach.