Student Resource Guide

College life brings about many changes for students, especially for those students juggling multiple roles, such as supporting a family or working full-time. Student Support Services is working hard at providing the highest quality student support, including academic support and disability-related services, to help ensure that our students are successful in and out of the classroom. Our highly skilled staff assists students with needs associated with disability, interpersonal violence prevention, and personal counseling, tutoring, and testing services. We work very closely with the faculty to ensure an optimal learning environment for our students.

Students do not need an appointment to speak to our staff. We have an open-door policy. To ensure that you are seen in a timely manner, feel free to make an appointment with the Director of Counseling and Disability Support Services at 870-875-7235 or by emailing counseling or emailing disability support. For tutoring and testing services, visit the Testing Center page or the Learning Center page for other academic support services.

Presentations can be scheduled upon request.  Presentations can be requested on topics such as stress management, time management, managing anxiety, healthy relationships, etc.  Professors, student groups, faculty, and other staff are encouraged to utilize this service by contacting counseling or calling 870-875-7235.  Some resources are listed below, but there are many more listed on both the Counseling and Disability Support Services pages.