The Student Outreach and Support office focuses on connecting students in need of assistance to the extensive on- and off-campus network of resources and support services.
Located within the Health and Wellness Hub, SOS staff members are trained to match you with the targeted services and programs to meet your needs.
On- and off-campus resources
- Appealing your course grade
- Choosing/changing your major
- Concerns with a faculty member
- Exploring career options
- Free peer-tutoring with the AARC
Utilize your professor's office hours
If you are struggling in classes, one of the best resources is your professor. Visit during their office hours and ask questions! This also allows you the opportunity to receive feedback on exams, homework, quizzes and more.
Financial aid (scholarships, employment and emergency aid)
- Lumberjack Food Pantry
- Harvest House Food Pantry (off campus)
Emergency Meal Swipes
If you're struggling with hunger, you may receive short-term meal assistance through SFA Dining Services. Contact the Dean of Students Office at firstname.lastname@example.org or 936.468.7249 during regular business hours.
Health, safety and well-being
- Campus Recreation
- Counseling Clinic
- Counseling Services
- Family Crisis Center (on-campus advocate)
- Health Services
- Mental health resources
- Rave Guardian mobile app
- Registered dietitian
- Title IX Office
- Legal resource for sex- and gender-based discrimination
- Veterans Resource Center
- Godtel Ministries (off campus)
Temporary on-campus housing
If you're in need of temporary on-campus housing, contact the Dean of Students Office at email@example.com or 936.468.7249 during regular business hours.
Learning about other cultures
If you have a concern not listed above, contact firstname.lastname@example.org, call 936.468.7249, or visit the Lumberjack Wellness Network for a larger collection of resources available to you.