Between studying for that big exam, adjusting to new settings and friends, or preparing for the next step in your life, sometimes you need a little help! Concordia has the support you need to get the most out of your college experience.
When you're looking for extra help in a specific course, visit the Student Success Center (AD124), offering group and individual tutoring for most class subjects. They'll help you discover appropriate study skills and methods to match your learning style. Need help specifically with your writing? Visit the Writing Center in LTC125.
Another valuable resource is your assigned Concordia academic advisor, who is always available to answer your questions about transfer credits, course selection, faculty concerns, course withdrawal and more. And for times when those pressing questions need to be answered right away, visit Academic Advising office (AD121).
If you have a documented disability and need special assistance, the Student Accessibility Services office (LH124) is here to ensure that you have a quality academic experience.
Counseling & Health Services
Concordia Counseling Services (DH 310) provides a supportive and confidential environment for helping you cope with personal difficulties that can occur during your college experience. You can talk with a Concordia counselor for any reason, including managing stress and anxiety, feeling homesick, discussing family problems, improving body image, and coping with academic pressures and problems. Visit the Concordia Counseling Services website for more information on services, hours and resources.
When you're feeling sick, injured or needing any health assistance, Concordia Health Services (DH311, above dining hall) can be your first contact. A registered nurse is on durty during the traditional student schedule, 9am-3pm Monday-Friday from mid-August through mid-May. Visit the Health Services website for a list of services, hospitalization information, immunization forms and more. Most services are free, and all services are confidential.
Part of our mission at Concordia is to expand your worldview, help you explore the rich cultures in our own backyard, and get real preparation for a future in our increasingly diverse workplace. Concordia has an array of services, clubs and opportunities that offer support and growth for all students: the Center for Hmong Studies, Cultural Exchange Lounge, Veteran's Center, International Student Services, Sisterhood of Empowerment, Spanish club, United Minds of Joint Action, Urban Cross-Cultural College Consortium and many more!
The Office of Diversity Affairs (AD251) collaborates with students, faculty and staff to create programming and consultation for cross-cultural programs and activities. It serves as a springboard for meaningful dialogue, interactions and experiences that increase the knowledge, appreciation, trust and respect for students from all cultures. Swing by and discover the ways you can get involved!
Preparing for life after graduation
Whether you need help clarifying your goals and choosing a major or preparing for that big interview, Concordia's Career Services (AD111) is here to help you every step along the way. Resume writing, job search strategies, exploring career options, leveraging your degree in your current employment situation, finding internships ... take advantage of our knowledgeable and connected staff!