Online Writing Center
The Writing Studio is dedicated to assisting students at every stage of the writing process. For more information click here
Other Help Centers include:
- Medical Assisting
- Writing (Spanish)
- Statistics (Spanish)
- Accouting/Finance (Spanish)
Students are assigned a faculty member to provide academic advising. To encourage successful completion of a program, staff members' e-mail addresses are available to assist with academic concerns. Faculty members provide appropriate tutoring based on individual needs. Each faculty member can be contacted 24 hours per day, 7 days per week via his or her e-mail account. Response time per student request is within twenty-four (24) hours.
Student Portal & Email Assistance
If a student needs help in understanding electronic platforms or utilization of the University's website, 24 hours per day, 7 days per week service is provided by the Help Desk, which is available by telephone (toll free or via e-mail). To access the student portal click here
24/7 Technical Help Desk
Telephone and online technical support to students, faculty and staff who need technical support associated with the use of Blackboard system. Blackboard provides online support (via email) 24 hrs a day, 7 days a week. Normal response time for online support is 4 hrs or less; the maximum response time for the online support is 24 hrs.
Technical Login problems - Please contact 24 hour Help Desk Toll-Free (855) 412-3717 or Click here to visit our Online Help Desk
Requesting a Transcript
A written transcript request, signed by the student or graduate, should be made to the Office of the Registrar a minimum of two (2) weeks before the transcript is required. The full address of the person/place to which the transcript is to be sent must be included. An official transcript bearing the University seal will be forwarded directly to other colleges, to prospective employers, or to other agencies at the request of the student or graduate.
Typically, colleges only consider a transcript "official" if forwarded directly from the sending institution. Students may obtain unofficial copies of their transcripts by:
- Contacting the campus Registrar office.
- You can also download the PDF file for this form. Click here for PDF file and print it out.
Student Government Association (SGA)
The purpose of student government is to promote the general welfare of the student body; provide programs of educational, cultural, recreational and social value to the University community; promote a spirit of harmony among administration, faculty, staff, and students; meet the responsibilities of self-government; assure students that their rights as stated in the "statement of student rights" are protected; and provide students with an organization through which their concerns may be registered within a representative and democratic governance. Students at each campus select representatives. Officers are elected from within. Student government may assist in the planning of social, fund-raising, sporting and community-service activities. Interested students should contact the Department of Student Services for more information regarding membership and meeting times. For more information contact student services.