Campus Resources

SUU has numerous resources to help you succeed both inside and outside the classroom.

  • Academic Advising / Student Success Advisors ST 204 www.suu.edu/advisors Academic guidance/planning (majors, courses, etc.); holistic support for student growth and success

  • American Language and Culture Center (ALCC) ST 120 www.suu.edu/alcc Academic language and culture support for international students; Activities for international and domestic students

  • Assistant Coaches for Excellence & Success (ACES) ST 178 www.suu.edu/aces Peer mentors to each first-year student at SUU; provide students with resources, connections, and helpful tips.

  • Bookstore ST 002 bookstore.suu.edu Purchase textbooks, school supplies, and SUU gear

  • Campus Recreation PEB www.suu.edu/campusrecreation TBirdREC is comprised of Aquatics, Fitness Center, Intramural Sports, Open Rec, and Informal fitness and wellness facilities.

  • Canvas Help Desk BB 303 help.suu.edu/suuonline Guides, tutorials, and support information for Faculty, Staff and Students using Canvas and other instructional technologies.

  • Career Center ST 204 www.suu.edu/careercenter Prepares students to launch successful careers by providing career development and job search services.

  • Cashier’s Office ST Rotunda www.suu.edu/cashier Bill payment, tuition payment plans, fee rates, and refunds.

  • Center for Diversity & Inclusion ST 101 www.suu.edu/diversity Support services, scholarships, DACA info, events, and study/lounge space for multicultural and LGBTQ students and allies.

  • Clubs & Students Organizations ST 177 www.suu.edu/suusa/clubs.html 100+ student clubs and organizations for you to join.

  • Computer Labs and Usage labuse.suu.edu Computer lab locations and availability.

  • Copy & Post Library libguides.suu.edu/copypost Copies, prints, binding, cutting, lamination, and faxing, etc. Buy stamps, money orders, packaging, and post office boxes.

  • Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS) COC suu.edu/caps Offers individual, group, and couples counseling; crisis intervention; career counseling; outreach and consultation.

  • Dean of Students and Student Conduct ST 201 www.suu.edu/deanofstudents Responds to student concerns and finds solutions; enforces the student code; Encourages responsible citizenship

  • Dining Services ST 111 www.dineoncampus.com/suu Provides on-campus dining for students. Includes the dining hall, Outtakes, Chick-fil-A, Thunderbird Grill, Papa John’s, etc.

  • Disability Resource Center (DRC) ST 206G www.suu.edu/disabilityservices Provides support and services to students with disabilities

  • EDGE Center ST 205 www.suu.edu/edge Offers assistance, support, and coaching for students completing SUU’s experiential learning graduation requirement.

  • Financial Aid & Scholarships ST 167 www.suu.edu/finaid Student loans, grants, and scholarship opportunities.

  • Health and Wellness Office ST 201A www.suu.edu/health Health education for all students; Support for students who experience challenges as a result of alcohol and other drug use

  • Honors Program LIB 304 www.suu.edu/honors A learning community for exceptionally talented, creative, and academically committed students.

  • International Student & Scholar Services ST 169 www.suu.edu/iss Support services designed to promote the academic and social success of international students and scholars

  • Leavitt Center ST 173 www.suu.edu/leavittcenter Provides leadership opportunities, experiential learning, civic education, humanitarian service, and public policy research.

  • Library LIB www.li.suu.edu Study/social spaces, professional literature in print and digital formats, portal to deep-Web resources, one-on-one help.

  • Lost & Found LIB libguides.suu.edu/lostfound Provides a lost and found service for property on campus at the Library Circulation Desk.

  • Non-Traditional Student Services ST 172 www.suu.edu/nontraditional Assists non-traditional students in their transition into higher education; Provides support for these students while at SUU.

  • Orientation & First-Year Experience (FYE) ST 178 www.suu.edu/fye Provides students with valuable, personalized attention from the time they commit to SUU until they complete their first year.

  • Parent and Family Services ST 201D www.suu.edu/parents Helping parents, families, and their students connect to services on campus. Call 435-865-8752 for assistance.

  • Parking Services CC 103 www.suu.edu/parking Parking permits for vehicles and bicycles. Parking tickets can be paid online or in the Parking Services office.

  • Policy and Procedures help.suu.edu/policies Access to SUU’s policies and procedures for the students, faculty, and staff.

  • Postal Operations Motor Pool www.suu.edu/postoffice Handles all bulk mail, metering, and postage of all departmental mail.

  • Registrar’s Office ST 166 www.suu.edu/registrar Copies of transcripts, registration concerns, student directory listing updates, and graduation questions.

  • Speech & Presentation Center LEC www.suu.edu/siel/speech-center/ Speech writing and delivery assistance for students, faculty, staff and community members.

  • Student Code of Conduct www.suu.edu/pub/policies/pdf/PP112Student.pdf Access SUU’s Student Code of Conduct on the SUU website.

  • Student Computing ST 107 www.suu.edu/IT Help with computer accounts, passwords, campus computers, internet access, email, and printing

  • Student ID Cards ST 177 www.suu.edu/idcard Full-time faculty, staff, and student photo ID issuance to gain access to the library, fitness center, events, and activities.

  • Student Involvement & Leadership ST 177 www.suu.edu/stil Clubs, campus recreation, Greek life, leadership development, and student events and activities.

  • Student Programming Board (SBP) ST 177 www.suu.edu/stil Plans student activities every Tuesday and Friday on campus.

  • Student Support Services ST 206 www.suu.edu/triosss Offering tutoring, academic advising, and developmental math to help smooth the transition of coming to college.

  • Study Abroad ST 169 www.suu.edu/studyabroad Study abroad opportunities.

  • SUU Outdoors ST 127 www.suu.edu/outdoors Free outdoor trips and adventures; Rock climbing wall; Ropes Course; Outdoor equipment rentals

  • SUU Police PD www.suu.edu/police Safety, fingerprinting, and engraving of personal items.

  • SUU Student Association ST 177 www.suu.edu/suusa The student government at SUU. They provide students a voice on campus and oversee clubs and orgs.

  • Title IX BB 111 www.suu.edu/titleIX Supports victims of gender inequity, sexual discrimination, sexual harassment, sexual abuse, and sexual assault.

  • Testing Center ELC 209/210 www.suu.edu/testing-center Exam proctoring for SUU courses, Accuplacer, and specialized tests.

  • Tutoring Center ELC 204 www.suu.edu/tutoring Walk-in, group, and one-on-one tutoring available in a variety of subjects.

  • University Housing 250 S 500 W www.suu.edu/housing Provides safe, clean, and comfortable housing for students. Helps students make friends and develop life skills.

  • Veterans Center ST 113 www.suu.edu/veteransaffairs Access to education benefits and services for veterans, military students, and their family members.

  • Writing Center BC 204 www.suu.edu/hss/writingcenter Supports students’ writing endeavors across the curriculum. Tutors are trained to help at all points in the writing process.

The complete resource list can be found at: (https://www.suu.edu/facultycenter/pdf/campusresourcesandservices.pdf)

Based off the information within this section you should be able to answer the following questions.

  • Name five resources that SUU has to offer you.
  • Where do you go to purchase textbooks and SUU gear?
  • Which office provides hands-on learning opportunities to increase employment prospects at graduation?
  • What does Disability Services do?
  • What is the purpose of the Center for Diversity and Inclusion?
  • Does SUU have a Lost and Found? Where?
  • What are the benefits of Student ID cards?
  • What is Title IX?
  • What does the allies sticker mean if it is on the door of an office?
  • What does CAST stand for and what do they do on campus?