As a student here, you have access to support and services ranging from advising to veterans affairs. Your education and personal development are our priority.
Student Services also oversees policies and procedures relating to student life including the rights and responsibilities that come with being part of the our community. Get information on policies on absences, discrimination, substance use, privacy, hazing, sexual harassment and more – all outlined in the Institute’s Catalog.
How Student Services Can Help
Whether you need support as a continuing education student or accommodations for a disability, are looking to get involved with student activities or need assistance with IT or testing, we’re here to help.
Information Technology (IT)
Need help with campus email or Wi-Fi instructions? Looking for training materials for using campus tools, or information on IT policies and procedures? The IT Help Desk and staff are here with information and support.
Visit the Information Technology page for details.
A full-service Testing Center offers a comfortable, secure testing environment for taking student placement exams, specific program exams, national licensing/certificates and state certifications for business and industry.
Visit the Testing Center page for details.
The Office of Student Activities oversees a well-rounded student life program with a variety of events and experiences outside the classroom, including leadership and professional development, networking, community service and fun special events. It also hosts continuing education on life topics like financial literacy and health awareness. You can join the Student Government Association (SGA), the Multi-Cultural Organization (MCO) and other student organizations.
Visit the Student Government Association (SGA) page for details.
Disability Services & Special Populations
Find help at the Special Populations Office with various free support services for students including single parents, students with disabilities, displaced homemakers, continuing education students and students with significant economic need. We also oversee a wide range of accommodations for students with diagnosed disabilities.
Visit the Disability Services & Special Populations page for details.
The campus Veterans Affairs Office helps with questions about your veteran benefits and services, including providing guidance about your admissions time-frame and how to connect with the Institute’s certifying VA official.
Visit the Veterans page for details.
Advising & Registration
Advisors are assigned based on your program of study. They will help you select classes and make sure you meet the requirements of your program. You can register for classes online, with your advisor or in the Office of Student Services.
Visit the Admissions page for details.