As a college student, your child should begin to take increasing responsibility for him or herself. Learning to make decisions independently is an important part of growing up—and of the college experience. But that doesn’t mean you can’t help or stay involved in your child’s life. Here are some links to information and services we think you will find useful:
The place to start for most campus business. The Campus Service Center provides forms, information and front counter support for admissions, records, transcripts, financial aid and cashiering. They can answer most questions, as well as process payments.
Use this cost calculator to plan for upcoming college expenses.
Keep track of deadlines for registration and fee payment, and other milestones throughout the academic year.
Allows you to access your student’s accounts online.
Information on scholarships, grants, loans and more.
The university may not disclose information from a student’s record without first obtaining the written consent of the student.
Parents do not have the right to have access to these records unless the student has given written consent for release of such records to them.
Information about living on campus.
Support groups, counseling and referrals.
The Campus Health Center provides urgent, primary and ancillary care (including occupational medicine), as well as referral services to students.
Academic advisors help students choose the right courses to meet requirements, progress toward their degree and career goals, and be successful. They can also assist with time management strategies and help connect students with support programs.
The Career Development Office provides resources, programs and counseling on career development, internships, employment and graduate school.
Send your student a care package. Dining services offers a range of gift packages – for special occasions or just because.
Tickets, times and directions and more. Everything you need to know about the commencement ceremony.
How to get to campus by car, bus or plane.