COVID-19 Information for Students-Other Support Services

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Generally speaking, all student services units within the Division of Student Affairs are available to respond to your needs Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Most services will be provided remotely with a minimum level of on-campus services. Where absolutely necessary to comply with COVID-19 policies, some services have been suspended at this time. Please visit the following websites for latest updates on how to access services provided.

The Financial Aid and Scholarship Office will be providing counseling and other services online with limited in-office assistance. See website at for current information on access to services.

The Career Center has a suite of services available to students online through CareerLink. Visit the Career Center website at

Disability Resources and Educational Services will continue to provide accommodation support and disability management services remotely. Contact the department though its website at for information on how services will be provided at this time.

National Center on Deafness (NCOD): Deaf and Hard of Hearing Student Services will continue to provide communications access services. For information on service delivery during this period of virtual instruction, visit the NCOD website at

The University Student Union (USU), including the Student Recreation Center (SRC), serves as a hub for student engagement, community building and student growth. A wide-range of programs will be offered virtually, including fitness and exercise classes, engaging activities like Adulting 101 and Craft Corner, as well as remote access to the USU Guest Services/Information Counter, USU Reservations & Event Services, Pride Center and Veterans Resource Center. Given the need to practice social distancing, the SRC, Oasis Wellness Center and USU Computer Lab will be suspended. Information on services and hours of operation are available at

Many Associated Students programs, activities and services will be provided remotely. Find information on services and hours of operation at Note the AS Senate will continue to meet though video conferencing and student leaders can be reached by email. Students are encouraged to sign-up for the Weekly AS Bulletin to receive updates. Watch for information on AS and USU Board Elections, which will be conducted online. In alignment with current COVID-19 restrictions, some services have been suspended including the Children’s Center, Farmers Market and Outdoor Adventures.