The Office of Student Life offers various services to students with personal, career and academic needs. Individual counseling by a licensed professional counselor is available and confidential. Psychological testing can be provided as needed through a local mental health facility.
Resident directors (RD), resident assistants (RA), and Soujourners are available during extended hours for personal needs and concerns. Students are encouraged to seek out these resource persons in addition to faculty and other administrators.
The Office of Career Development offers a multitude of services ranging from career counseling, online career information and assessments and graduate school information. A Job Search Techniques class is offered to juniors and seniors to help them prepare for the job search from graduation and throughout their career. The office works with nearby colleges and universities in providing interview opportunities through career fairs. Education majors are able to participate in the annual Teacher Recruitment Day and accounting majors have the opportunity to participate in the Character & Competence Accounting Career Fair.
Career services are available to alumni. Career coaching and resume assistance is free and can be conducted through various technology means.