Resources and Services
When you walk across the stage at graduation, you can be assured that the best support services and academic and personal resources helped you get there. They are part of the reason why our graduates are so successful.
Career Development Center (CDC)
CDC helps to focus your career plans with computerized career assessment tools, career fairs, recruitment drives, and various networking events.
University Counseling and Student Support
Student Support Services offers peer mentors, free tutoring, and professional counseling. It also sponsors field trips and other events.
With your university-supplied email address and password, IQWeb allows you to take care of most school-related business from any Internet access point.
Nathan W. Collier Library
A wireless hub at the center of campus, with more than 115,000 volumes, reading rooms and audio-visual/media center, and over 700 periodical subscriptions.
Through the Office of Human Resource Management, you may find a part-time job related to your academic or career field of interest.