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Non-traditional Student – Resources

Dean of Students, Del W. Beatty

Located on the north end
of the second floor,
Gardner Student Center
Phone: (435) 652-7514
Provides support and advocacy on the students’ behalf. Assists with resolution of problems and the providing of information about campus resources.
The Tutoring Center

Rm 431 Holland Centennial Commons
Phone: (435) 879-4731
Open Mon-Sat: Hours vary by day
Provides a variety of tutoring options including drop-in and private tutoring in a variety of subjects. Call for subject availability. Online writing resources can also be found on their website.
The Writing Center

Rm 421 Holland Centennial Commons
Appointments preferred
Phone: (435) 652-7629
Open Mon-Friday
Provides suggestions, instructions, and tips to improve students’ individual skills. Please note that the Writing Center is not a proofreading service and the ultimate responsibility for a writing assignment lies with each student.
The Testing Center

NE Corner of North Plaza Building
Phone: (435) 652-7696
Open Mon-Sunday: Hours vary by day
Provides student testing for academic exams and college placement tests, as well as Prometric certification exams and professional testing.
Career Center

Rm 523 Holland Centennial Commons
Phone: (435) 652-7737
Provides opportunities and assistance in defining career goals, preparing for employment, developing relationships with employers, obtaining career-related work experience (internships, cooperative education, etc.), and creating and implementing job search plans.
Campus Computer Services

Holland Centennial Commons
Open Mon-Sunday: Hours vary by day
Provides students with a working computer lab. Students can login to computers on campus using their DixieID# and PIN/Password.
IT Helpdesk
Phone: (435) 879-HELP
Provides assistance for students in Canvas, Dmail, Student Services, RedStorm wireless configuration, laptop assistance, and other technical troubleshooting.
Computer Service Center
Holland Centennial Commons,
second floor Library entrance
Open Mon-Friday 10am – 5 pm
Phone: (435) 879-4444
Provides technical support for students, faculty, and staff with personal computer issues. Services both Apple and Windows computers. You must bring your DSU picture ID.
Campus Bookstore

Phone: (435) 652-7644
Open Mon-Thursday 7:45 am – 6 pm
Friday 7:45 – 5 pm
In addition to selling textbooks and course supplies, the Campus Bookstore also provides students, employees, and guests of DSU with memorabilia, apparel, and academic discounts on Apple products (not available for guests of DSU).
Cooperative Education

Career Center, 5th Floor Holland Centennial Commons
Phone: (435) 652-7668
Provides an opportunity for students to receive college credit for employment. Courses emphasize eagerness, dependability, willingness, attitude, and human relation skills either generally or discipline specific.
Dental Hygiene Clinic

Taylor Health Science Building, 1st floor
1526 Medical Center Drive
Phone: (435) 879-4900
Open Mon-Thursday 8 am – 5 pm
Provides discounted professional oral hygiene to students, employees and the community. Prices range between $25 and $1200 depending on the service. Call for pricing and availability.
Health and Wellness Center

34 North 600 East
*Call for an appointment
Phone: (435) 625-7756
Students: $10 Visit
Medical Care:
Mon-Friday 1 pm – 5 pm
Mental Health Info:
Mon-Friday 8 am – 5 pm
First Visit Free; $10 after that
Provides educational opportunities to strengthen health and wellbeing as well as self-improvement for University students and employees.
Women's Resource Center

Holland Centennial Commons, Rm 489
Phone: (435) 879-4489
Dedicated to serving female college students through access to resources, mentoring, and support to help women achieve their academic and professional goals.

Phone: 435-652-7848
Provides a high quality and developmentally appropriate education program for young children.  Please note that space is limited, and first priority goes to children of employees.
Trio Student Support Services

Browning Learning Resource Center
Phone: (435) 652-7656
Designed to assist first generation, low-income and/or disabled students earn an associate’s degree by providing opportunities for students to grow personally, socially and academically.
Multicultural/Diversity Center

Student Activity Center (SAC), Bottom Floor
Phone: (435) 652-7730
Open Monday – Friday
Open to all students. Established to increase diversity by scholarship opportunities, community outreach, academic advisement, and diversity club participation.
Disability Resource Center

North Plaza Building
Phone: (435) 652-7516
Open 8-5 M-F
Provide opportunities for students with disabilities to have access to quality education, support, and learning resources by evaluating disability documentation, determining eligibility and implementing reasonable accommodations.

Holland Centennial Commons, Second Floor
Phone: (435) 652-7714
Supports the instruction and research needs of students by providing access to more than 200,000 print and electronic books, almost 10,000 DVD’s, CD’s and streaming audio and videos.  It also provides access to more than 110 electronic databases, and more than 40,000 print and electronic magazines, journals and newspapers.
Housing (On and Off Campus)

Abby Apartments, Chancellor Apartments, Nisson Towers, Shiloh Hall, Dixie View Apartments, Morgan Apartments
Phone: (435) 652-7570
On campus housing consists of both Single Student (apartment and traditional sleep/study units) and Family Student (3 bedroom 1 ½ bath or 2 bedroom 1 bath) Housing living units.  Residence halls are more than just places to sleep, study or store one’s things – they are communities.
Off Campus Housing List is provided as a resource

Holland Centennial Commons, First Floor (Registrar’s Office)
Phone: (435) 652-7699
Open 8-5 M-F
Assists military members and entitled family members in using their education benefits.  Staff are available to helps students through the process of admissions, eligibility, registration and maximizing their benefits.
Success Skills
The FYE Interactive Guidebook provides access to student success skills that could help make college life easier, e.g. (staying motivated, time management, and building a college network, etc.).
Academic Skills
The FYE Interactive Guidebook provides access to academic success skills that could help make college life easier, e.g. (writing skills, learning styles, how to succeed in online courses, effective study habits, etc.).
Student Success Center

Phone: (435) 879-4691
Collaborates with various student-centered programs and resources geared towards help8ing students achieve their educational and personal goals.  We are here for you with workshops, resources, student peer mentors and retention initiatives.
Online Education

Phone: (435) 652-7836
Provides courses online so you can complete your education from the comfort of your own home.  Provides resources, computer specifications, and support for students.