Eastern Michigan University

Campus Resources

 

Academic On-Campus Resources

Center for Adaptive Technology Education (CATE) Lab

120 Porter
(734) 487-1419
www.emich.edu/coe/labs/cate

  • Computers and related technology for use by students, staff, and faculty with disabilities
  • Technological evaluations, individualized training on adaptive technology, exam accommodation facilities
  • Speech output software, Braille printers, Closed Circuit TVs, large print software, assistive listening devices, voice recognition systems, optical character recognition software (OCR)
Holman Success Center

G04 Halle Library
(734) 487-2133
www.emich.edu/hsc/index.html

  • Free one-on-one peer tutoring for many 100-200 undergraduate level courses
  • Academic Success Coaches
  • Workshops - various topics including Getting Started and Organized, Time Management, Test Taking, Textbook Reading and Note Taking
  • Supplemental Instruction
  • Get on the Right Track Program - free program specifically for freshmen that provides support and guidance leading to success across all aspects of your university experience
Academic Projects Center

104 Halle Library
(734) 487-0020 ext. 2154
www.emich.edu/apc

  • Offers point-of-need help with research, writing, and technology to students working on research papers and other academic projects on a drop-in basis
  • Staffed by University Writing Center consultants, Halle librarians, and technologists
University Writing Center

209 Pray-Harrold
(734) 487-0694
www.emich.edu/english/writing-center

  • A free resource offering small group workshops supporting writing, reading, research and analysis
University Academic and Career Development Center (UACDC)

200 McKenny Hall
(734) 487-0400
www.emich.edu/aac
www.career.emich.edu

  • Academic Advising - undergraduate academic advising activities; assists students in evaluating academic goals and objectives, design programs, and selecting majors/minors
  • Retention Support - FIG (First-Year Interest Groups; PASS (Promote Academic Survival and Success); Summer Incentive Program (SIP); assists students on academic probation
  • Academic Action - academic probation, dismissal, readmission
  • Academic Services - CLEP (College Level Examination Program) testing, Pass/Fail grade options, administrative and retroactive withdrawal requests
  • Tools to assist EMU students/alumni with career goals and/or choosing a major/minor
  • Provides centralized service to help you plan your career, develop job search skills, obtain student employment and internships while attending college, and secure a job upon graduation
Office of Records and Registration

303 Pierce Hall
(734) 487-2300 Registration
(734) 487-4111 Academic Records
www.emich.edu/registrar

  • Registration information and application for degree
  • Forms - Pass-Fail Application, Name Change, Transcript Request, etc,
Department of Mathematics

Hoyt (faculty offices on the 4th and 5th floors)
King Hall (developmental math, placement testing, tutoring lab)
(734) 487-4474
www.math.emich.edu

  • Developmental math program, math placement testing
  • Tutoring - math lab offers tutoring for any math course; Math Den is peer group work for those in upper level math courses
University Ombudsman

112 Welch Hall
(734) 487-0074
www.emich.edu/ombuds

  • Helps students resolve concerns, problems, or conflicts with regard to University policies, procedures, and decisions
  • Provides a confidential and neutral place for students to express concerns
  • Students work with the ombudsman to identify steps that may be taken to achieve a timely and fair resolution to a problem

 

Business & Financial On-Campus Resources

Office of Financial Aid

403 Pierce Hall
(734) 487-0455
www.emich.edu/finaid

  • Information on financial aid such as grants, loans and scholarships
  • Link to the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
  • Information on Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP)
Student Business Services

201 Pierce Hall
(734) 487-3335
www.emich.edu/sbs

  • Account statements, bill pay, payment plans
  • Holds
  • Refunds
  • Residency appeals
  • Housing deposits
  • Tuition appeals
Service EMU

268 EMU Student Center
www.emich.edu/serviceemu

  • One-stop-shop to assist students with financial aid, records, registration and Student Business Services inquiries
  • Service representatives can answer questions about financial aid, the registration process, tuition and student bills, and assist with online transactions
  • Pick up and submit forms
  • Add, drop, or withdraw from classes
  • Inquire about student account
Eagle OneCard

120 Student Center
www.emich.edu/sbs/eagleone

  • Required official University identification card used for dining plans, building and event access, library privileges, access to financial refund, and banking
Veteran Services Office

246 McKenny Hall
(734) 487-3119
www.emich.edu/veterans

  • Assists student veterans in meeting the requirements to receive their educational benefits
  • Knowledgeable about many other veteran-related areas
University Ombudsman

112 Welch Hall
(734) 487-0074
www.emich.edu/ombuds

  • Helps students resolve concerns, problems, or conflicts with regard to University policies, procedures, and decisions
  • Provides a confidential and neutral place for students to express concerns
  • Students work with the ombudsman to identify steps that may be taken to achieve a timely and fair resolution to a problem

 

Health & Medical On-Campus Resources

University Health Services (UHS)

Snow Health Center
(734) 487-1107 Administrative Office
(734) 487-1122 General Information
www.emich.edu/uhs

  • Counseling and Psychological Services
    (734) 487-1188
    • Free, confidential individual and group counseling for students by professional staff and graduate student counselors under the supervision of staff.
    • Workshops on a variety of topics
    • Self-help library
  • Medical Services
    (734) 487-1122
    • Services for a wide range of acute, episodic and ambulatory medical conditions
    • Staff includes physicians, nurse practitioners, nurses and technologists
  • University Health Services Pharmacy
    (734) 487-1125
  • Student Insurance
    www.emich.edu/uhs/pages/insurance.php
  • Health Education Program
    (734) 487-2226
    • Alcohol and drug prevention services
    • HIV testing, counseling and referral services
    • Violence Intervention Program
  • Children's Institute
    (734) 487-2348
    • Care and education for children 18 months through 6 years
Psychology Clinic

611 W. Cross St. (near EMU campus - College Place and Cross St.)
(734) 487-4987
www.emich.edu/psychology/psychologyclinic/

  • Clinical services including psychological assessments and psychotherapy
  • Services provided by clinical psychology graduate students under supervision of licensed EMU clinical psychology faculty
  • Sliding scale based on family income
College of Education (COE) Clinical Suite

135 Porter
(734) 487-4410
www.emich.edu/coe/clinics

  • Counseling Clinic
    • Free to EMU students, faculty and staff
    • Personal, family career, assessment and academic counseling
    • Provided to individuals, couples, families, and children by graduate students under supervision of faculty members who are licensed professional counselors and supervisors
  • Speech and Hearing Clinic (also located in COE Clinical Suite
    • Diagnostic and therapeutic services performed by graduate students in the Speech-Language Pathology program under the direct supervision of faculty and staff with Certificates of Clinical Competence in Speech-Language Pathology or Audiology
    • Free to EMU students, faculty and staff
The Olds-Robb Recreation/Intramural Complex

(734( 487-1338
www.emich.edu/recim

  • Pool, fitness center, running track, etc.
  • Basketball, racquetball and other courts

 

Parking

Parking Map

1200 Oakwood Street
(734) 487-3450
emu_parking@emich.edu

Handicap Parking

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