Faculty and Unclassified Staff Handbook
Chapter 7-- Student Affairs

Student Services

The University provides many valuable services to its students. Important services related to a student’s enrollment are available from the Office of the Registrar. These include dropping and adding courses, degree summaries and evaluation as well as furnishing transcripts, records, and letters of verification. Protection under the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (20 USC Sec. 1232[g]) is guaranteed.

Many additional services are also available to students, including the following:

     Academic advising
     Academic success programs
     Career counseling
     Career services
     Counseling services
     Dining services
     Drug, alcohol and wellness programs
     Exchange programs
     Financial aid and scholarships
     Fiscal services
     Health services (including insurance)
     Identification cards
     International student services
     Library and interlibrary services
     Memorial Union services
     Orientation and early registration
     Personal counseling
     Residential life
     Services for students with disabilities
     Supplemental instruction
     University Activities Board

For prospective teachers, processing applications for certificates in both the initial and renewal phases of licensing is a service to both the students and the teaching profession. Along this line, the University endeavors to assist students in summer and intersession through work-study programs for learning while earning in on-the-job activities.

For former students, there are services available through the Alumni Association, the FHSU Foundation, the Half-Century Club, and several professional renewal and continuing education programs, some of which are extended beyond the campus.

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