Student Counseling helps students cope with mental illnesses, recover from alcohol or drug abuse, and manage any type of personal crises or stress. Student Counseling also deals with emergencies, such as suicide threats and sexual assault. After hours, students in need of emergency services can call campus police at 320-208-6500, or 911.
Contact: Jennifer Zych Herrmann
Academic Alert is an integrated, campus-wide approach to supporting student success, retention, and graduation. The Morris campus uses an enhanced and simplified system for sending alerts on students who are academically at-risk.
Staff: Sandy Olson-Loy
The Office of the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs coordinates support for students during times of personal emergencies (e.g. injuries that require hospitalization, extended personal and family health issues or bereavement) or changes in student status (e.g. being called to active military duty). The office assists students with excused absences for classes as well as planning for extended absences and medical withdrawals.
The Disability Resource Center arranges accommodations for students with documented physical, learning or mental disabilities. Accommodations, such as extended time on exams, or texts in alternate formats, are designed to make students more successful in the classroom.