Parent or guardian lost their job
Concerns may include: a change in your or your family's financial situation, concerns about paying tuition, unable to pay tuition balance, concerns about how the loss of job may affect you as a student.
Parent and Family Relations
Parent Relations is a primary resource for parents and family; we're also a resource for students wanting some assistance with parent related concerns. We provide an advisory service, one on one consultation, education, referrals and communications.
University Counseling Center (UCC)
We offer a myriad of counseling services including: individual, couples, and group therapy; outreach and consultation services, and referral services to help coordinate your care.
Residential Life and Housing Services
For undergraduate students, Residential Life is responsible for providing a comprehensive on-campus residential experience which includes: safe, clean, up-to-date living environments; student- and professional-staff who offer support and resource referral to assist with the transition to living on campus; and social and educational opportunities designed to strengthen residence hall communities.
The David T. Kearn's Center for Leadership and Diversity in Arts, Sciences and Engineering
The Kearns Center works to increase the retention and graduation rate of
low-Income, first-generation, and underrepresented minority students.
The Kearns Center provides academic support to over 100 undergraduates each year in science, engineering, social science, and humanities.
Office of Minority Student Affairs (OMSA) and Arthur O. Eve Higher Education Opportunity Program (HEOP)
OMSA provides counseling, disseminates information, initiates programs, and serves as a liaison with other academic departments and divisions of the University to enhance the environment in which underrepresented minority students and students targeted in our signature programs (HEOP and ECO) live and learn.
International Services Office (ISO)
The ISO provides immigration and related support services for the University's international population and the divisions and departments that sponsor them. Our staff offers support through immigration advising, cross-cultural counseling, advocacy, and programming. We aim to help individuals in reaching their educational and professional goals, while maintaining compliance for the University.
Chaplains are available for counseling and advising on a variety of emotional and spiritual issues, including grief, loss, depression, sexuality, relationships, academic anxieties, family conflicts. Confidential, one on one support is available to students in times of stress, need, spiritual or emotional crisis. The Interfaith Chapel has chaplains from Jewish, Protestant and Catholic Christian, Muslim, and Buddhist traditions and can help connect students to community resources in Hindu, Baha'i, Sikh, Mormon and other religious traditions.