The Division of Student Affairs strives to enhance student learning through engagement and involvement. We want to connect our students to the services and resources that we offer to equip students with the ability to pursue their passions and develop to their full potential.
- Career Services – this is the place for help with resumes, job interviews and everything related to pursuing your career dreams
- Commencement / Graduation – all of the information about graduating – we are so proud of you!
- Counseling – need to talk to someone about concerns? We have trained psychologists and group meetings available to you at no charge
- Dining / Meal Plans – where to eat, how to pay for it, what is offered – we all have to eat!
- Disability Resources for Students – an office for students with any type of disability-related questions or issues
- Health - your health is important to your success and graduation – we have all sorts of free help for you
- Residence Life / Live On-Campus – students who live on campus succeed and graduate – take a look around
- Student Conduct – students must adhere to university policies – learn more about how it works
- Tutoring / Educational Support Program (ESP) – free tutoring and assistance in most any subject
- Adult & Commuter Students – resources and an office just for adult students and those who don’t live on campus
- Campus Recreation & Intramurals – work out, go to a fitness class, join an intramural team – we’ve got it all
- Fraternities & Sororities – here’s the information on fraternities and sororities on campus
- Leadership Programs – there are many ways to learn to become a leader and function as a leader
- Multicultural Affairs - an office for students who are interested in or a part of under-represented groups
- Student Activities Council – learn about all of the activities on campus and join the Council to plan the activities
- Student Government – learn about our Student Government, our Freshman Senate and how you can be a part
of student initiatives
- Student Organizations – join one of our 250 organizations or form one of your own
- Veterans Resource Center – learn more about our home on campus for veterans
- Volunteer / Community Service – help others and get to know your fellow students
Student Support & Scholarship Programs
- Financial Aid –help and advice about loans, scholarships, grants and FAFSA
- First Scholars – learn more about this intrusive and supportive program for first generation students
- Emerging Leaders – our nationally acclaimed student leadership scholarship program
- Honors Program – join the Honors Program for special courses, incentives and community
- Scholarship Office – always be looking for scholarships
- Student Employment – information about jobs on campus
- Student Success Program (TRiO) – mentoring and support for first generation, low income and disabled students
- Bills / Bursar – how do I know what I owe and where do I go to pay?
- Bookstore – all about books and Tiger gear and Starbucks!
- Bus / Blue Line
- Child Care – you can bring your child when you go to class for a very nominal charge
- Computer Labs – where you can go to use computers and print
- Copy Center
- Dining Dollars
- ID Cards – where do I go or what do I do if I lose my ID card?
- Parking – where can I park? How do I park in a gated lot?
- Post Office
- Tiger Funds – how do I add $ to my Tiger ID card to have money to spend on campus?
- Transcript– do you need a copy of your transcript for car insurance or other things?