Stephen F. Austin State University

Lumberjack Essentials

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Struggling in Classes?

Academic Assistance and Resource Center
Phone: 936.468.4108
Email: aarc@sfasu.edu
Website: http://sfasu.edu/aarc

Struggling in classes? The AARC provides free peer tutoring for many entry-level courses. The AARC transforms the way students learn through online resources, on-call tutoring at walk-in tables, 1:1 appointments, and student instructor groups and learning teams both led by students who have successfully completed the course.

Professors' Office Hours
If you are struggling in classes, one of the best resources is your professors. Visit them during their office hours. Professors' office hours are located on the course syllabi. Attending professors' office hours allows students to ask questions and receive feedback on exams, homework, quizzes, etc.

Need Assistance with a Disability?

Office of Disability Services
Phone: 936.468.3004
Email: disabilityservices@sfasu.edu
Website: http://www.sfasu.edu/disabilityservices/

Do you need assistance with a documented disability? If you qualify for disability services, you would benefit from working with this office. The staff can help with note taking, extra time on exams and more.

Assistance with Temporary Limiting Condition
Phone: 936.468.3004
Email: disabilityservices@sfasu.edu
Website: http://www.sfasu.edu/disabilityservices/

Do you have a temporary condition that may make learning difficult? (Broken arm, broken leg, etc.) Contact disability services for information on how to receive help!

Want to Report Sex-and Gender-Based Discrimination, Violence, Harassment or Misconduct?

Lumberjacks Care/Title IX Office

Phone: 936.468.8292
Email: TitleIX@sfasu.edu
Website: http://www.sfasu.edu/lumberjacks-care/140.asp

Have you been impacted by sex-based discrimination? The Lumberjacks Care/Title IX office is here to support you. It is the policy of the university, in accordance with federal and state law, to prohibit unlawful discrimination on the basis of sex, which includes, but is not limited to, domestic violence, stalking, harassment, sexual violence and program inequity. Title IX offers support through many avenues, including civil rights investigations, mutual-no-contact orders, safe housing and many more. Stephen F. Austin State University offers assistance through Title IX as we strive to provide an educational and work environment that affirms the rights and dignity of each individual.

Want to Learn About Other Cultures?

Office of Multicultural Affairs
Phone: 936.468.1073
Email: OMA@sfasu.edu
Website: http://www.sfasu.edu/multicultural/

Interested in learning about other cultures? The Office of Multicultural Affairs is a diverse and inclusive space where you can get to know people from various backgrounds, or even join a multicultural organization. The OMA hosts a variety of events throughout the year to celebrate and educate the SFA community on diversity, multiculturalism and social justice, all while having fun!

International Student Programs
Phone: 936.468.6604
Email: International@sfasu.edu
Website: http://www.sfasu.edu/oip/

The Office of International Programs works hard to provide support for all international students. There are always opportunities to get help, get involved or volunteer.

Study Abroad
Phone: 936.468.2961
Email: maxitie@sfasu.edu
Website: http://www.sfasu.edu/oip/244.asp

Interested in educational opportunities outside the U.S.? The Study Abroad program at SFA allows you to experience the world as your classroom. Studying abroad opens the door to personal growth and discovery, too!

Want to Report a Code of Conduct Violation?

Office of Community Standards
Phone: 936.468.2703
Email: sfajudicial@sfasu.edu
Website: http://www.sfasu.edu/judicial/

Do you need to report a code of conduct violation? The Office of Community Standards' purpose is to guide students through the conduct process in a learner-focused manner that provides a foundation for success, a commitment to responsible citizenship in a global and diverse community, and a desire to make positive lifestyle choices based on the core values of integrity, honesty, accountability, civility, and respect.

Want Help with Career Development?

Center for Career and Professional Development
Phone: 936.468.3305
Email: ccpd@sfasu.edu
Website: http://www.sfasu.edu/ccpd/

The Center for Career and Professional Development exists to empower students and alumni to achieve life-long career success. We fulfill this mission through individualized assistance, diverse career development programs, and collaboration with both internal and external partners concentrated on career goal achievements.

Handshake Career Development Portal
Phone: 936.468.3305
Email: ccpd@sfasu.edu
Website: http://www.sfasu.edu/ccpd/400.asp

Looking for a job or wanting help with career development? Handshake Career Development Portal is a great opportunity for employers to get in contact with you! This service is provided to SFA students and alumni.

Center for Career and Professional Development - Career Closet
Phone: 936.468.3305
Email: ccpd@sfasu.edu
Website: http://www.sfasu.edu/ccpd/871.asp

Need a professional or business casual outfit for a networking event, career fair or even an interview? We've got you covered! Come check out the array of clothing items available to you. We have clothing items, shoes, jewelry, scarves and ties for all genders.

Feeling Unwell?

Health Clinic
Phone: 936.468.1316
Email: healthservices@sfasu.edu
Website: http://www.sfasu.edu/life-at-sfa/health-safety/health-clinic

Feeling under the weather? SFA's health clinic offers a full range of medical services, from checkups and preventive care to immunizations to contraceptives and testing for sexually transmitted infections.

Want Help Picking a Major / Changing a Major?

Academic Advisor
Contact: For students who have declared a major, the name and contact information for your advisor can be found in your MySFA account under "Advising."
For students who have not yet declared a major, contact the Student Success Center at 936.468.5803 or studentsuccess@sfasu.edu

If you are interested in changing your major or learning about other majors available, your academic advisor is your one-stop shop resource. If you have fewer than 45 earned semester hours, you may have not declared a major yet. The Academic Advising Center serves students who are undeclared Liberal and Applied Arts majors. If you have declared a major and are interested in changing it, you may get in touch with your assigned a faculty advisor.

Focus 2 - Career and Major Exploration
Phone: 936.468.3305
Email: ccpd@sfasu.edu
Website: http://www.sfasu.edu/ccpd/1388.asp

Focus 2 is a self-guided career and major exploration system designed to help students take the first steps in the career-planning process.

Want to Improve Your Well-Being?

Campus Recreation
Phone: 936.468.3507
Email: campusrec@sfasu.edu
Website: http://www.sfasu.edu/campusrec

Interested in getting healthy? The Student Recreation Center is committed to developing a culture of Lumberjack wellness through excellent facilities and inclusive experiences in adventure, fitness, sport and play.

Registered Dietician
Phone: 936.468.1022
Email: Hamilton-jill@aramark.com
Website: https://sfasu.campusdish.com/HealthAndWellness/MeetOurDietitian

Do you have a food allergy or want help eating healthy? Our dietitians are here to help take the mystery out of healthy eating. We recognize and accommodate food allergies, preferences, and special dietary needs in a way that is personalized, sensitive and supportive. In fact, we pride ourselves on working with you to make sure you can find the food that fits your life.

Facing Domestic/Family Violence?

Lumberjacks Care Office
Phone: 936.468.8292
Email: TitleIX@sfasu.edu
Website: http://www.sfasu.edu/Lumberjacks-Care/

Are you facing domestic/family violence? The Lumberjacks Care Title IX Office is here to support you. It is the policy of the university, in accordance with federal and state law, to prohibit unlawful discrimination on the basis of sex which includes, but is not limited to, domestic violence, stalking, harassment, sexual violence and program inequity. Title IX is able to offer support through many avenues, including civil rights investigations, mutual-no-contact orders, safe housing and many more. Stephen F. Austin State University offers assistance through Title IX as we strive to provide an educational and work environment that affirms the rights and dignity of each individual.

Family Crisis Center-Campus Advocate
Phone: 936.468.7233 (also a 24 hour crisis line)
Email: twilburn@sccet.com
Website: http://www.familycrisiscenterofeasttexas.com/sfasu-campus-office/

Our agency provides an array of confidential services and support for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault, including: personal advocacy, safety planning, legal advocacy, sexual assault advocacy, counseling, child advocacy and self-sufficiency advocacy.

Rave Guardian App
Phone: 936.468.9111 (emergency)
936.468.2608 (non-emergency)
Email: updemail@sfasu.edu
Website: http://www.sfasu.edu/upd/lumberjack-guardian.asp

Rave Guardian is a mobile phone app to enhance campus safety through real-time interactive features that create a virtual safety network of friends, family and UPD.

Struggling Financially?

Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships
Phone: 936.468.2403
Email: finaid@sfasu.edu
Website: http://www.sfasu.edu/admissions-and-aid

Do you have questions about Financial Aid? Are you struggling financially? The Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships can help!

Marleta Chadwick Student Financial Advisors
Phone: 936.468.1663
Email: finadvisors@sfasu.edu
Website: https://studentfinancialad.wixsite.com/sfasu

The Marleta Chadwick Student Financial Advisors promote financial literacy and smart money management to SFA students and the East Texas community through one-on-one appointments, presentations and workshops. Topics covered include budgeting, credit cards, debt management, insurance, identity theft, fraud prevention, investing, savings, retirement, banking and paying for college.

Student Emergency Aid Fund
Phone: 936.468.7249
Email: dosa@sfasu.edu
Website: http://www.sfasu.edu/deanofstudentaffairs

The Student Emergency Aid Fund at SFA helps students in need of one-time assistance due to a sudden financial need. Contributions of any amount are put directly to work to help our students achieve their goal of an SFA education.

Student Employment Opportunities
Phone: 936.468.3305
Email: ccpd@sfasu.edu
Website: http://www.sfasu.edu/ccpd/400.asp

Looking for employment opportunities on or off campus? Check out Handshake Career Development Portal for employment opportunities.

Hungry?

The Pantry (On Campus)
Phone: 936.468.1088
Email: moodymk@sfasu.edu
Website: http://www.sfasu.edu/studentaffairs/1319.asp

Are you struggling with hunger? Open Monday-Friday, The Pantry is an on-campus program that provides help with food insecurity. The only requirement is that you are an enrolled student!

Emergency Meals through SFA Dining
Phone: 936.468.7249
Email: DOSA@sfasu.edu
Website: http://www.sfasu.edu/deanofstudentaffairs

Struggling with hunger? Students may receive short-term meal assistance through Dining Services. Contact the Office of the Dean of Student Affairs if you need this service.

Want to See A Counselor?

Counseling Services (Students only)
Phone: 936.468.2401
Email: counseling@sfasu.edu
Website: http://www.sfasu.edu/counselingservices/182.asp

Are you interested in seeing a counselor? To promote positive mental health and safety, Counseling Services is staffed with licensed counselors who provide free and confidential individual and group counseling for SFA students, as well as outreach, presentations, training and consultation for the entire campus community. Call or drop by Room 332 of the Rusk Building to schedule an appointment.

Counseling Clinic (Students and Community)
Phone: 936.468.1041
Email: SFACounselingClinic@sfasu.edu
Website: http://www.sfasu.edu/humanservices/139.asp

Are you or someone in the Nacogdoches community interested in seeing a counselor? The SFA Counseling Clinic is a service provided by the Department of Human Services Counselor Education Programs. It is a training clinic in which graduate students who are in the practicum and internship portion of their education provide services. Fully licensed counselor education faculty members supervise all services. The Counseling Clinic combines a therapeutic and community focus, which offers a full continuum of counseling care. The Counseling Clinic provides services to both the community and students.

Want to Get Involved on Campus?

Involvement Center Advising
Phone: 936.468.3703
Email: lfolsom@sfasu.edu
Website: http://www.sfasu.edu/studentaffairs/69.asp

Wanting to get more involved on campus? The SFA Involvement Center is a one-stop shopping site for involvement on campus. Our goal is to help connect Lumberjack students to Lumberjack organizations through 1-on-1 advising to find out what works best for your interest and your time since every student is different. With over 200 current organizations, there is something for everyone to be a part of here at SFA.

Need Veteran or Veteran's Dependent Support?

Veterans Resource Center
Phone: 936.468.6494
Email: sfaveterans@sfasu.edu
Website: http://www.sfasu.edu/vrc/

Are you a veteran or a dependent of a veteran? The VRC at SFA provides a space for you to gather, socialize and form relationships with others who can provide networks of support that lead to feelings of inclusion at SFA. This space is a hub for veterans programming efforts that can include connections with veteran faculty members and access to veterans' resources provided by the university and outside agencies.

Homeless?

Office of the Dean of Student Affairs
Phone: 936.468.7249
Email: dosa@sfasu.edu
Website: http://www.sfasu.edu/universityaffairs/85.asp

Are you struggling to find a place to live? The Office of the Dean of Student Affairs wants to help. We can help connect you to local resources.

Want to Stay Safe/Report a Crime?

University Police Department
Rave Guardian App (anonymous reporting)
Phone: 936.468.9111 (emergency)
936.468.2608 (non-emergency)
Email: updemail@sfasu.edu

Rave Guardian is a mobile phone app to enhance campus safety through real-time interactive features that create a virtual safety network of friends, family and UPD.

Self-Defense Training
Phone: 936.468.2608
Email: updemail@sfasu.edu

Do you want to stay safe or be able to defend yourself? The University Police Department offers a self-defense training that will allow you to do both!

Want to do Service for Others?

Jacks Give Back
Phone: 936.468.1088
Email: moodymk@sfasu.edu
Website: http://www.sfasu.edu/studentaffairs/1189.asp

Are you interested in coordinating a service event for your organization or wanting to get involved in service opportunities? Jack Give Back is a great place to start!

Involvement Center Advising
Phone:936.468.3703
Email: getinvolved@sfasu.edu
Website: http://www.sfasu.edu/involvement

The SFA Involvement Center is a one-stop shopping site for involvement on campus. Our goal is to help connect Lumberjack students to Lumberjack organizations through 1-on-1 advising to find out what works best for your interest and your time since every student is different. With over 200 current organizations, there is something for everyone to be a part of here at Stephen F. Austin.