Get the assistance you need from professional advisors to help you make
informed decisions that lead to academic, personal and professional success!
Academic Support and Tutoring
Make the grade through free tutoring, individualized help with study
skills, and college and life skills workshops.
Find out when a counselor will be in your area, plan a campus visit, get your
questions answered...and apply to be a Tiger!
Alcohol and Drug Counseling
Take advantage of free, confidential counseling for drug and alcohol issues
as well as education for DUI, MIP, MIC, OC, and possession arrests.
Let a career counselor assist you in exploring your interests, abilities, and
values, in order to find careers and majors that fit your goals.
Looking for a full-time, part-time, or internship position? Let Career
Services point you in the right direction!
for Student Involvement
Are you looking for ways to make friends and have fun? Discover your ultimate
one-stop-shop for information, support and resources to get involved in campus
Discover how we can help you make the most of college through a variety of
academic and co-curricular services.
Whether you need support as a student of color, GLBTQ or ally, want to join a
club, or have questions about diversity programming at FHSU, you can find
Take advantage of the different types of federal, state and community aid
available to you, and find the help you need to get through the application
Make the most of your first year in college. Get connected through New Student
Orientation and learn tips and tricks through the TIGER Series
and focus on academics through the Res. Life FYRE program.
Military Glossary of acronyms and terms to assist faculty, staff and service members.
Have question or complaint regarding student behavior? Find out more
about FHSU’s Code of Conduct, mediation and conflict management.
Center Support Services
Take advantage of free tutoring, academic support, personal counseling, alcohol
and drug counseling, and testing services to help you reach your academic and
Get the free, confidential support you need to manage stress, cope with
transition, deal with relationship difficulties, or work on things you want to
Through the Registrar’s office, take care of official business such as verifying
your admission or enrollment status, obtaining an official FHSU transcript or
checking the status of your degree summary.
Take advantage of the support you’ll find living on campus, and enjoy all
the convenience, accessibility - and fun - whether you choose a
traditional residence hall, modern or family friendly apartment.
Have any questions about finalizing enrollment or paying your Student
Account balance? Student Fiscal Services can assist you with finalizing
your enrollment. In addition, they can answer any question you may have
about your Student Account or the release of the balance of your
financial assistance to you.
From treating minor illnesses to providing immunization shots and physical
exams, Student Health is the place to go for support and health information on
The University Bookstore
Order your books for the upcoming semester, buy some cool FHSU gear, or find
the perfect gift for someone special.
Get (or replace) your Tiger ID card to check out materials at the library,
access your meal plan, spend flexi-cash, used as a debit card on campus and
around town, and get into sporting events and the Wellness Center.
Virtual Students can request an ID card through the TigerTracks portal.
Once you've been accepted as a student at FHSU, Tiger Pre-Enrollment is your
next step to starting (or continuing) your educational journey.
Have a Tiger cub at home? Conveniently located in Rarick Hall, Tiger Tots
offers high quality daycare/pre-school education for children age 3-5.
Department of Defense has taken education very seriously over the past several decades;
however, the educational needs of today’s soldiers are at the forefront. Luckily, the DoD understands your needs and
offers numerous resources for your advancement. This site offers links to various resources such as the VA and
you decide to begin an educational career now or at some point in the future,
planning your financial needs is critical. The DoD offers numerous resources to ease the personal financial burden
that pursuing an education can have on you and your family. Learn of some of those resources by going to
Resources will give you information on Military Kids, The Veterans Foundation,
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline for Veterans, Wounded Warrior Project, and
personnel have a unique challenge of finding readily available health providers
when mobilization takes them from one location to another throughout the
world. The Department of Defense
understands this challenge and offers resources at your disposal. They include the Department of Veterans
Affairs Facilities Locator and Directory, the VA Dental treatment option, the
Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center, and more.
grim reality of life in the military is that many times you return from combat
and find yourself struggling to adapt to civilian life. Many veterans find the
transition to college, or the transition into the workforce very
challenging. This shift can lead to some
very serious concerns for soldiers. There are many resources which can be of assistance to you.
typically isn’t an issue for soldiers while they are on active duty, but what
about when that duty is over? This site
can give you resources for securing loans, job training, etc.
Jobs & Careers
veterans find several challenges upon return from military service, employment
should not be one of them. The DoD has
understood this challenge for many years. Organizations such as “Hire Vets First,” “Troops to Teachers,” and “Hire
Heroes” can be very beneficial to veterans. Many organizations and institutions want to hire veterans because of
their dedication, expertise in the field, and reliability.
National Veterans Legal Services Program is an independent, nonprofit, veterans
service organization dedicated to ensuring that the US government honors its
commitment to our veterans by providing them the federal benefits they have
earned through their service to our country.
you are away defending freedom to our country, your family finds its own
challenges as they struggle to provide a respectable life at home. The Air Force Aid Society, the Army Family
Readiness Group, Army OneSource, Marine Moms, and others will insure that your
family’s needs are fulfilled.
have unique challenges unlike regular duty service men and women. The Uniformed Services Employment and
Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA) and the Employer Support for the Guard and
Reserve (ESGR) are just a couple of the initiatives dedicated to reservists and
service to our country will take you to destinations around the world, there is
a major difference between travel for the armed services and travel for
relaxation and pleasure on your own time. The Vocations for Veterans organization and the Fisher House Foundation,
Inc. are just a couple of organizations dedicated to making vacation travel
Department of Veterans Affairs is your one source for all services provided for
veterans of the Armed Forces.
Department of Veterans Affairs – Center for Women Veterans is unique in
assessing the needs of women Veterans, with respect to VA programs such as compensation,
rehabilitation, outreach, healthcare, etc.