Student Services

Student Success Center Services


The Mission of the Student Success Center is to provide guidance and support as students navigate their educational journey.


We provide counseling, academic advising, testing and accessibility services.

We also provide Accuplacer placement tests, ACT/SAT interpretation, GED testing, Pearson Vue Testing and other proctoring of exams. Accuplacer placement testing is available on a walk-in basis.


Whether you're a new student or continuing, full or part-time, there are periods when life, feelings, relationships and expectations can get the best of you. Talking to a counselor can help you manage your academic load, enhance career options and bring out the best in you. Our counselors are available to discuss personal, career or educational concerns. If you're interested in learning to relax and manage your stress, biofeedback sessions are also available. All counseling is private, confidential and provided free of charge.

Accessible Education Office

The mission of the Accessible Education Office is to create a barrier-free environment to support and celebrate the uniqueness and individualism of students. We want to challenge stereotypes and myths about disability. This office respects all people regardless of disability, economic status, gender, race, religion, political affiliation, ethnic background or sexual orientation.

What Are Accessibility Services For Students?

We are located in the Student Success Center in Stensland Hall. We provide services, advocacy, and support to students with documented disabilities.

We also provide assistance to the general campus community in responding appropriately to students with disabilities by providing reasonable accommodations based on documentation.

What Services Are Available To Students?

  • Note taking
  • Alternate print format for books
  • Sign Language interpreter
  • Equipment lending
  • Alternative testing setting and extended test time
  • Other exam modifications
  • Other reasonable academic accommodations will be provided on a case-by-case basis dependent on recommendations by faculty and the Accessible Education Office.

What Do I Do If I Think I Need Services?

If you think you are eligible for services, call our office at 541.888.7405. At that meeting you will be able to discuss the documentation process, services available, and your educational goals. You and the coordinator will determine which services are appropriate for you.