On Campus Resources
Tutoring, Success Coaching, Supplemental Instruction, Eagle Study Tables
G04 Halle Library
New Students, student organizations, leadership, Greek life, campus events (EMU after Dark, Leadership, Students on Stage, Speakers and Artists)
345 Student Center
1200 Oakwood Street
Provides assistance in determining career direction or major, job fairs, job search
200 McKenny Hall
Calendars and events around campus are updated on a weekly basis, so that students become involved with the resources and organizations around campus.
109 Sill Hall
Assistance with coping with difficult life events, reduce psychological symptoms, individual and group counseling, emergency crisis intervention
1075 North Huron River Dr.
Personal, family, career, and academic counseling. Services provided to individual, couples, families, and children
Provides assistance with accommodations for academics, housing, and dining. Must register with DRC/provide documentation regarding condition or impairment
246 Student Center
203 Pierce Hall
Provides education, information, and advocacy services for students, staff, and the campus community
354 Student Center
Helps students that have experienced homelessness or foster care by removing barriers that may stand in the way of them graduating, having academic success, and becoming an independent adult.
Joi Rencher: [email protected]
Opportunities for cultural exploration and leadership development. Coordination between university departments and student organizations
358 Student Center
Assist with concerns regarding university policies, action of others, unfair treatment, counseling, mediation, and dispute resolution
248 Student Center
Purchase permits, find parking maps, pay parking
Walking and mobile escorts for students on campus in the evenings and nights.
Services for Records & Registration, Student Business Services (billing) and Financial Aid
268 Student Center OR McKenny Hall
Body of students that represents all the students at EMU to promote change and provide a student voice to administration
342 Student Center
Provides food for students in need.
104 Pierce Hall
For new students and those with undeclared majors
Volunteering, learning about social service, programs include; GREEN, Best Buddies, Alternative Breaks
346 Student Center
Advocacy and referral services, information, resources and educational programming to support representation of women
356 Student Center