Whether you are living on campus and taking some courses online, or taking classes at Stephen F. Austin from the other side of the world, we want to unsure that you are knowledgeable about our many services available to you as a student.
Many areas offer online versions of their services on their own webpage. Here are a few common services useful to online students.
- Submit Recognition for Service Hours - Just because you don't live in Nacogdoches, doesn't mean that you should be recognized for your contributions to society. Use this form to submit your service hours to receive recognition.
- Resources for Students with Disabilities - Student with disabilities attending either web-based courses located in locations other than Nacogdoches may have needs that differ from those of students attending classes in Nacogdoches. Please contact your professor, the Office of Instructional Technology or Disability Services to assist you distance education related needs. To request an application for Disability Services click here.
- Counseling Services - All students may face difficulties in college, Counseling Services provides a number of self-help resources for distance learners and local students alike. Additionally, they provide guidance for accessing resources to help those outside of the Nacogdoches area.
- Career Services - Need help finding a job on or off campus, visit Career Services. You can sign up online for a resume review, schedule an appointment to speak with a career counselor by phone or browse jobs in our online database.
Don't see something that you need? Try ASK Jack. Submit any question and someone will get back to you promptly with a reply. It's fast and easy!
Otherwise, feel free to email the Office of the Dean of Student Affairs at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at (936) 468-7249.