Our Student Services staff advise students on careers, transfer, and veterans services. They also assist new students with the application process, assessment testing, orientation and provide assistance to students who need help in the classroom. Faculty provide advising services for students in their programs.
In addition, Student Services staff provide a list of community resources for students who need professional assistance for housing, food, medical, and other needs. New students should meet with an advisor prior to their first day of class to make certain all admission, financial, and other obligations have been met.
If you have any questions, or need assistance, please contact Jennifer Callis, Vice President of Student Services, 785 309-3120 or email@example.com.
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