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Transcript of Campus Resources
McGrath Health and Wellness Center
Psychological Services Center
The James A. Glenn Writing Center
Center for Adult
& Part-Time Students (CAPS)
International Education (CIE)
Office of International Student Services
Center for Diversity and Inclusion
Located on 5th floor of Conaton Learning Commons (CLC 514, X3489)
Assists undergraduates by helping them plan an educational program which will lead to a major, degree, and/or career
Students establish goals and develop educational plans through graduation and beyond
Center ensures that every undergraduate student in the 3 colleges has an adademic advisor and understands:
- academic policies
- registration procedures
- core curriculum requirements
- requirements in individual majors
Students meet with advisors a minimum of twice a year
Located on 5th floor of Conaton Learning Commons (CLC 530, X3141) and 1st floor of Smith Hall
Serves as central career office for the University including employer relations/development, on-campus recruiting, career exploration and employment for students awarded the Federal Work Study
Help Desk serves as source of support information to assist students and staff in solving technology-related issues and is located on the 3rd floor of CLC (745-HELP)
Located in Alter Hall (102A, X3355), a full service office for adult students (22 and older) who want to begin or complete an associate's or bachelor's degree
Admits, advises and registers undergraduate full- and part-time students
Offers free transcript evaluations and special financial assistance - tuition grants are offered to qualified students through Bursar's Office, and a tuition deferral program is accessible to students receiving tuition assistance from their employers
Advises and registers all undergraduate non-degree students
Located in the Gallagher Student Center (GSC 230, X2864), responsible for internationalization of the campus and curriculum by supporting students, faculty and staff achieve their international goals via the promotion of study, teaching, volunteering and research overseas
Located on the 4th floor of the Conaton Learning Commons (CLC 400, X2875), and provides assistance at all stages of the writing process
Tutors available to discuss understanding an assignment, generating ideas, drafting, organizing, revising, editing, addressing sentence structure, grammar, punctuation concerns, and documenting sources.
Provides assistance in refining resumes and cover letters
Does not provide editing or proofreading services, but tutors assist writers in learning how to proofread for their particular pattern of errors and to edit their own work
Writing-related references, computers and printers are provided for those who need a quiet place to work; no appointment necessary
Located on the 4th floor of the Conaton Learning Commons (CLC 419, X3069), and provides tutoring in mathematics courses from MATH 105 up to and including MATH 171 (except MATH 125 and 158)
Offers a place to work on math homework with a tutor available, no appointment necessary
Facilities, collections and services of XU Libraries provide access to information resources for research and study in all subject areas
Professional librarians are available to assist with research needs, help interpret information, find facts and statistics, and identify libraries (via OhioLink) that have material that Xavier does not own
Located at 1714 Cleneay Ave (next to the Cohen Center parking lot, X3022), and offers medical, counseling and other services to the campus community
Medical services include primary care, allergy, travel medication, lab, pharmacy, x-ray and other diagnostic services
Counseling services are provided by professional psychologists and counselors to assist with a wide range of personal concerns including anxiety, depression, adjustment, relationships, eating disorders, alcohol and drug issues, and family and other problems
Located in the Romero International Center in the Gallagher Student Center (230, X2864), and assists international and other students in achieving their educational goals and provides opportunities for growth through cross-cultural interaction
Provides orientation, adjustment services, information dissemination, programming activities, and serves as advocate for international and other students
Students can obtain assistance with concerns, primarily in scheduled activities, visit with other students, and enjoy coffee every Wednesday afternoon
Located in the Gallagher Student Center (280, X3181), the Center for Diversity and Inclusion is committed to empowering students of diverse populations and providing diversity awareness programs to enrich the academic, cultural and social experiences of Xavier students.
Services include advocacy, leadership development and personal advising.
Seeks to engage and involve the university community in celebrations, discussions, forums, workshops and interpersonal relationships that help create awareness, appreciation and understanding of diversity.
Located on the west side of campus in the Sycamore House, on Winding Way next to the Schmidt Fieldhouse (X3531), and offers wide range of services to students at no cost
Services provided include individual therapy, couples and marital therapy, psychological evaluations, consultation and referral, child and family therapy and group programs
Common reasons individuals come to therapy include academic problems, relationships problems, inability to concentrate, depressed feelings, family problems, suicidal thoughts, sexual concerns, grief, eating disorders, and concerns adjusting to college
Located on 5th floor of the Conaton Learning Commons (CLC 515, X3758) and provides opportunities for academic development, assists students with basic college requirements, and serves to motivate students towards the successful completion of their postsecondary education
Students who are first generation, have a documented disability, or meet financial requirements qualify for the program
Goal is to increase college retention and graduation rates of its participants and facilitate the process of transition from one level of higher education to the next; all services are free to those who qualify
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