The following resources provide information on various campus resources. Please contact the Academic Success Center to meet with an Academic Coach if you would more information on any of these resources.
Career Exploration Program: Designed to help students choose or change majors, discover how careers relate to majors, and apply to graduate/professional schools.
Financial Aid: The Office of Student Financial Aid administers financial aid programs and counsels students in planning individual strategies to meet college costs. Financial Aid offers Student Loan Education as a way to reduce educational borrowing and educate students on borrowing effectively to manage finances.
International Students and Scholars Office (ISSO): International students are encouraged to seek assistance from ISSO for visa, cultural and personal concerns. ISSO is also home to the International Student Council, which sponsors many exciting activities and events for all international student groups.
The Center of LGBTQUIA+ Student Success: Confidential support and referral services are provided for Iowa State students who identify as LGBT. Programming and educational resources and offered and available for any student.
Margaret Sloss Women's Center: Promotes equity and social change on the Iowa State University campus. Through a feminist lens, the center advocates for individuals and groups; provides support, referrals, community and programming; and maintains a safe space.
Multicultural Student Affairs, Office of (MSA): Works to improve the retention of multicultural students with an emphasis on academic success and student leadership development.
Recreation Services: Provides quality recreation opportunity for the campus community including intramural, fitness programs, sports clubs, and outdoor recreation.
Students Helping Our Peers (SHOP) Food Pantry: SHOP is a student-run, on campus food pantry at ISU. The organization relies on donations from individuals, campus organizations, local churches, and more. SHOP's mission is to increase food security on campus and offer non-perishable food and other personal hygiene items to all ISU students and faculty/staff in need.
Student Assistance Services: Assist students as they manage issues surrounding academic concerns, personal matters/emergencies, and navigation of university policies and procedures.
Student Counseling Services (SCS): Includes a staff of professional counselors and psychologists who work with students to enhance their academic and personal well-being.
Student Accessability Services (SAS): Provides accommodations, referral services, student advocacy, educational programming, and a variety of other services that compliment the university's goals and objectives for equal access and full participation.
Student Wellness: A one-stop department for information and resources related to student wellness and help with getting connected to campus resources that will help students be more successful at ISU.
Thielen Student Health Center: ISU's full-service ambulatory care facility.
Vocational Rehabilitation: Vocational Rehabilitation works for and with individuals who have individuals to achieve their employment, independence, and economic goals. Services may include assessment, counseling, special adaptive equipment, financial disabilities, and job placement assistance.
Writing and Media Center: The Writing and Media Center (WMC) helps students become stronger, more confident communicators. The WMC is a welcoming and inclusive peer tutoring center where friendly Communication Consultants offer individualized assistance to undergraduate and graduate students working on any form of written, oral, visual, or electronic (WOVE) communication. The WMC also offers a variety of workshops each semester. All services are FREE!