Honor Students have a variety of resources available throughout campus. Below is a list of these services, along with links and phone numbers (where available) to contact them.
The Honors Study Room is located in D100, next to the Honors Office. This room will also be used as a meeting room for the University Honors Program and for the Student Honors Council. Materials concerning workshop opportunities, organizations, and so on will be posted on bulletin boards.
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The ATTIC provides many important student services such as Disability Services, Services for international students, and tutoring in math and English.
The Bookstore provides opportunities for purchasing textbooks, software, supplies, and study aids.
The Career and Counseling Services Center is an extremely important resource for students. It provides students with academic, personal, and career counseling; on-campus interviews; informaiton concerning part-time jobs; information concerning co-op and internships; and information concerning how to create resumes, how to interview well, and so on. Their seminars on time management skills and study skills are quite helpful.
The Financial Aid Office provides information concerning financial aid, student loans, grants, work study, and scholarships. Do note that each year you attend SPSU you will want to fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) by March 15 if you are interested in obtaining financial aid. The Financial Aid office also provides important information on HOPE renewal.
The Freshman Year Residency Experience (FYRE) is a program designed to help freshman students living on-campus to succeed in their studies. Tutors are provided to assist students in their studies and these tutors work in the Howell Hall tutoring areas.
The Health Services Center provides students with access to the school nurse, Julia Scala. If students are seriously ill, Wellstar provides assistance: 770-955-8620. Call the University Police in case of an emergency: 678-915-7348.
The Information Technology Services Center provides students with information concerning e-mail accounts, network connections, and lab information. The Workshop Lab provides up-to-date hardware, software, and peripherals. The lab is accessible to all students and faculty.
The Library provides excellent services as well as excellent resources. Students will want to review the services offered on the Library's web page. The Research Services and Subject Sources are some of the most important services offered by the library. Honors Students also have access to a study room in the library.
The Multicultural Affairs Office provides services to primarily four ethnic groups: African-Americans, Asian-Americans, Native Americans, and Hispanics. Through a comprehensive focus on diversity and multicultural principles, policies, and practices, Minority Affairs sponsors a number of programs that embody the ideals of an open, democratic, and global society. Deborah K. Wingate is the Assistant Director of Multicultural Affairs.
The Student Affairs Office oversees all student organizations and activities. It also oversees Housing and Residence Life, Career and Counseling Services, Student Health Services, and Multicultural Affairs. The Student Handbook (much more comprehensive than the Honors Handbook) can be found on its website.
The University Police provides many services to students. They ensure campus safety and security, enforce regulations and policies, and provide guidance and assistance to the campus. Parking Permits and Students IDs can be obtained through the University Police.