Homework can be difficult, presentations can be scary, and college can be tricky, so if you're struggling why not get help from one of the several SUU Campus Resources. These resources are funded by your student fees, so get your money's worth and visit one, or several, today. From Academic Advising to the Writing Center to psychological counseling, SUU has the resources to ensure you ace that test and stay sane all semester. Get started and check out the comprehensive list below.
Academic guidance/planning (majors, courses, etc.); holistic support for student growth and success.
Peer mentors to each first-year student at SUU; provide students with resources, connections, and helpful tips.
Bookstore ST 002
Purchase textbooks, school supplies, and SUU gear.
Canvas Help Desk BB 303
Guides, tutorials, and support information for Faculty, Staff and Students using Canvas and other instructional technologies.
Career Center ST 204
Prepares students to launch successful careers by providing career development and job search services.
Cashier’s Office ST Rotunda
Bill payment, tuition payment plans, fee rates, and refunds.
Support services, events, & trainings surrounding multicultural, LGBTQ+, undocumented, & other underrepresented students.
100+ student clubs and organizations for you to join.
Community Engagement Center 417 W. 200 S.
Coordinates community service opportunities and hosts the HOPE Food Pantry that is open
Copy & Post Library
Copies, prints, binding, cutting, lamination, and faxing, etc. Buy stamps, money orders,
packaging, and rent post office boxes.
Offers individual, group, and couples counseling; crisis intervention; career counseling; outreach
Responds to student concerns and finds solutions; enforces the student code; encourages responsible citizenship.
Dining Services ST 111A
Provides on-campus dining for students & faculty/staff. Includes dining hall, Outtakes, Chick-fil-A, Papa John’s, and more.
Disability Resource Center (DRC) ST 206G
Provides support and services to students with disabilities.
EDGE Center ST 205
Offers assistance, support, and coaching for students completing SUU’s experiential learning graduation requirement.
Financial Aid & Scholarships ST 167
Student loans, grants, and scholarship opportunities.
Health and Wellness Office ST 175
Support & information for students on all things health & wellness. Stop by ST 175 or call 435-865-8435 for more info.
Honors Program LIB 307
A learning community for exceptionally talented, creative, and academically committed students.
Support services designed to promote the academic and social success of international students and scholars.
Leavitt Center ST 112
Provides leadership opportunities, experiential learning, civic education, humanitarian service, and public policy research.
Study/social spaces, professional literature in print and digital formats, portal to deep-Web resources, one-on-one help.
Lost & Found LIB 102
Provides a lost and found service for property on campus at the Check Out Desk.
Nest (Student Help Center) ST 178
Walk-in help center to aid students with any and all questions. Stop by or call 435-865-8484.
Assists non-traditional students in their transition into higher education; Provides support for these students while at SUU.
Provides students with valuable, personalized attention from the time they commit to SUU until they complete their first year.
Parent and Family Services ST 201
Helping parents, families, and their students connect to resources on campus. Call 435-865-8752 for assistance.
Parking Services CC 103
Parking permits for vehicles and bicycles. Parking tickets can be paid online or in the Parking Services office.
Registrar’s Office ST 166
Copies of transcripts, registration concerns, student directory listing updates, and graduation questions.
Speech writing and delivery assistance for students, faculty, staff and community members.
Access SUU’s Student Code of Conduct on the SUU website.
Offering tutoring, academic and financial advising, and supplemental math to help with the transition from HS to college.
Study Abroad ST 169
International and national exchange, short-term study abroad, and Global EDGE project opportunities.
SUU Outdoors ST 127
Free outdoor trips and adventures; Rock climbing wall; Ropes Course; Outdoor equipment rentals.
SUU Police PD
Safety, fingerprinting, and engraving of personal items.
The student government at SUU. They provide students a voice on campus and oversee clubs and organizations.
Title IX BB 111
Supports victims of gender inequality, sexual discrimination, sexual harassment, sexual abuse, and sexual assault.
Testing Services ELC 208
Exam proctoring for SUU courses, Accuplacer, and specialized tests.
Tutoring Center ELC 204
Walk-in, group, and one-on-one tutoring available in a variety of subjects.
University Housing 250 S 500 W
Provides safe, clean, and comfortable housing for students. Helps students make
friends and develop life skills.
Veterans Center ST 113
Provides access to educational benefits and services for military-connected
Withdrawal Support ST 201
Provides support to students who intend to withdraw from SUU and connects
students to proper resources on campus.
Writing Center BC 204
Supports students’ writing endeavors across the curriculum. Tutors are trained to help at all points in the writing process.
SUU is committed to creating a safe and supportive campus community for lesbian, gay, bi-sexual, transgender, queer and ally students on campus. Look for this Allies Sticker on faculty and staff office doors/windows to identify safe spaces where you can visit about issues you would like to discuss.
Comprised of faculty, staff and administrators who are committed to creating an environment at SUU that supports students who may be struggling with emotional distress and mental health issues.CAST members can be identified by the CAST logo on their office door/ window.
If you have other questions about starting school at SUU, visit our What You Need to Know as an Incoming Freshman at SUU blog post.
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