Student and Community Services

Academic Advisement

A faculty member, typically the graduate program coordinator, from the student's major department serves as the academic adviser throughout the student's career at the university.

Campus Ministry and Spirituality

Campus Ministry and Spirituality at ESU is supported through the Office of Student Affairs. Campus Ministry and Spirituality (CM & S) is made up of a variety of religious, spiritual, and religious advocacy groups at the University. CM & S is a member of the Northeast Regional Ministry in Higher Education, and is a member of the Monroe County Clergy Association. Its mission, both ecumenical and interfaith in nature, fosters an environment conducive to spiritual growth and development. CM & S assists students in networking with local churches, places of worship, local clergy, and on-campus religious and advocacy groups.

CM & S helps the local community in the following areas:

  • Big Brothers/Big Sisters
  • Habitat for Humanity
  • Local soup kitchens
  • Food pantries
  • Schools and youth groups

For more information, call 570-422-3463 or visit

Career Development and Student Success Center

Located on the top floor of the University Center, the center provides career counseling and educational programs which will empower undergraduate and graduate students, and alumni, to make satisfying career choices, develop career plans and take action to achieve their professional preparation and career goals. Students should start their career planning during their first year and should contact the center to make an appointment or visit

Services provided include career counseling, preparation of resumes and cover letters, and interviewing skills. An online career management system enables students and alumni to explore internships, and part-time and full-time professional job listings. Assistance is offered with graduate school applications, essays and personal statements. The center also coordinates workshops, career days, job fairs, and on-campus recruitment with employers. Innovative tools and educational materials are offered on the Career Development website.

Child Care Center

The Rose Mekeel Child Care Center, Inc. is an independently governed and operated affiliate of the university. It is accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children and licensed by the Department of Public Welfare. The center is available to students, faculty and staff of the university. The remaining spaces are filled by the community. The center is staffed by a director, six teachers, and work-study students. This facility is open from 7:45 a.m.-5 p.m. (Monday to Friday) during the fall, spring, and summer sessions.

The program is a hands-on, developmentally appropriate program for children between 18 months and 5 years of age. Call 570-422-3514 for information about enrollment and fees.

Marching Band, Jazz Band and Orchestra Program

These large performing groups are open to all university and community instrumentalists with previous experience in high school or college ensembles. The ensembles rehearse for two hours one night a week and will perform pieces of standard literature. Public performances will occur at the end of each semester.

Students involved in the Marching Band must participate in Band Camp the week prior to the beginning of the fall semester. The band performs at all home football games, select away games and marching exhibitions.

Community Dance Program for Children

The Community Dance Program is for children ages 4 to 12. Qualified students in the dance program teach the classes under faculty supervision; the community-service program provides students with authentic hands-on learning experience.  For more information please go to:

Commuter Council

The Commuter Council is an organization on campus composed of students like you who mobilize efforts to engage the commuter student population in ongoing activities and represent your needs to the campus administration. To learn more visit

Services include:

Meetings: Commuter Council meets once a week to plan events and talk about issues that need representation and advocacy.

Events and Activities: Commuter Council has monthly activities, including retreats and socials, to engage the commuter population at ESU. A full schedule of campus activities is located in the commuter Lounge.

Commuter Lounge: The Commuter Lounge is located in the University Center on the first floor. The lounge is equipped with a television, microwave, and plenty of study and relaxation space. Lockers are also located in the lounge. The locker rental is free for students but students must register with the University Center Information Desk to be assigned a locker.



Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)

The Department of Counseling and Psychological Services offers a wide range of counseling services to facilitate and enhance the educational, psychological, and interpersonal well-being of the East Stroudsburg University student community. The services provided are designed to maximize students’ personal, psychological and educational functioning, to prevent and remediate emotional/social problems, to help students attain their educational goals, and to promote their professional competence.

Services offered include personal counseling/psychotherapy, vocational counseling, psychological and vocational testing, developmental and outreach programming, and consultation services, both individually and in a group setting when appropriate. CAPS actively promotes students’ cultural awareness and sensitivity toward diversity issues, particularly with outreach programming initiatives.

Some of the issues students often address through counseling include anxiety, career exploration/indecision, depression, suicidal thinking, difficulties in interpersonal relationships, eating disorders, family concerns, self-doubt, sexual concerns and substance abuse.

The Counseling and Psychological Services staff are licensed psychologists. Their professional training and experience prepare them to deal with a wide range of issues faced by university students. Currently enrolled students are eligible to receive services that are free of charge. All information shared by a client is kept confidential, and all client records are classified as confidential records. Without a client’s written permission, no information is released to anyone outside of CAPS, except as required by law.

The Counseling and Psychological Services office is located on the second floor of the Flagler-Metzgar Center. Normal hours of operation are 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. Services generally are offered by appointment and may be scheduled by stopping at the office in-person or by calling 570-422-3277. For additional information, visit

Dance Program

The university provides several options for those interested in dance. The minor in dance is open to all students. The University Dance Company is a select group of 15-25 students, chosen by audition, who produce a performance each semester with choreography by faculty, guest artists and students in ballet, contemporary, jazz, and other dance styles. The ESU Contemporary Dancers is a student organization open to all students regardless of background, and produces recitals choreographed and performed by students. The Dance Team performs hip-hop and jazz dance during sports events. All of these organizations are open to all students.

Educational Trips

Various departments, as well as clubs and organizations, sponsor field trips to points of interest in the surrounding area. The proximity to New York City and Philadelphia provides opportunities for students to enrich the activities of their curricula.

Fraternities and Sororities (Greek Life)

The organizations that comprise the fraternity and sorority system provide a wide variety of educational, social, academic, philanthropic and leadership activities, events and programs for ESU students.

All ESU Greek organizations strive to excel in all areas of student life including: academics, community service, leadership, social and personal development. Being “Greek” provides a unique, diverse experience where students learn teamwork, time management, financial and organizational skills, and the importance of friendship and social responsibility that will help them as they become alumni and enter “the real world.” Fraternity and sorority members are actively involved in extracurricular activities at ESU including intercollegiate athletics, club sports, and Recreation Center Leagues.

The ESU fraternities and sororities are self-governing and work together to benefit and support the university and the surrounding community. The Interfraternity Council (IFC) and College Panhellenic Council (CPH) are the governing bodies that represent all fraternal organizations at ESU and provide cultural, social and educational programs and events for the ESU student community. At the beginning of each semester, fraternities and sororities conduct recruitment events for the purpose of selecting new members.

To be eligible for membership in a fraternity or sorority at ESU a student must be at least a second-semester freshman, enrolled in at least twelve credits, and have a minimum of a 2.5 Cumulative Quality Point Average (transfer students must have completed at least twelve credits at ESU and have a minimum of a 2.5 Cumulative Quality Point Average). For a list of recognized fraternities or sororities eligible to extend invitations to membership contact the Coordinator of Greek Life/Student Volunteer Services at 570-422-3775




Learning Center

The Learning Center provides academic supportive services to the entire ESU community and houses the Tutoring Program and a computer lab. Peer tutoring and drop-in-tutoring labs. Test preparation are available to all students. The Learning Center, located in Rosenkrans East, is open Monday through Thursday from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., Friday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., for tutoring, studying and computer use.

Office of Accessible Services Individualized for Students (OASIS)

East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania believes that an individual’s access to opportunities for achievement and personal fulfillment must be determined solely on the basis of the person’s ability and interest.

OASIS at East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania provides accommodations and services to students with documented disabilities (i.e., specific learning disabilities, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, chronic illnesses, mobility impairments, deaf/hard of hearing, blind/low vision, psychiatric disabilities, traumatic brain injuries and other disabilities not specified) that result in substantial limitation of a major life activity. The faculty members in OASIS provide basic services and facilities accommodations for eligible students with disabilities who self-identify with a disability, provide appropriate supporting documentation and request services.

Students who request accommodations are responsible for initiating the process with OASIS and for requesting academic or environmental accommodations. OASIS asks that individuals requesting services (accommodations and/or access) complete the self-disclosure and request for services form, including a description of the student’s disability, the disability’s likely impact on your educational experiences and the successful use of accommodations in the past. These forms are available online at the Office Of Accessible Services Individualized for Students (OASIS).

Academic accommodations allow equal access to academic programs and include classroom and assessment accommodations, and are based on the evaluation process, a student’s course of study and current functional limitations. The evaluation process includes a review of the self-disclosure and request form, supporting documentation, an interview with the student, and the assessment of the student’s program of study during the first semester the student requests services.  In order to fully evaluate requests for accommodations or adjustments, East Stroudsburg University requests supporting documentation, which can be valuable in the deliberative process of providing accommodations and/or access to the educational environment. Supporting documentation can include medical records, psycho-educational testing, school records that specify the impact the disability has on physical, perceptual, cognitive, and behavioral activities, and/or past records of accommodations and services.

Intake interviews usually occur during the first semester the individual with a disability requests services and attends classes. During this interview, accommodations and assistive technology needs are determined. The Office of Disabilities Services also provides an Assistive Technologist, who is available to instruct students in various assistive technologies to help students with their academic studies. After the interview meeting with the faculty member in the Office of Disability Services, the student is given a letter of accommodation listing the academic accommodations and/or assistive technology the student is entitled to use for each class. The student is responsible to provide a copy of this letter of accommodation to the professor of each class at the beginning of the semester. Some frequently used academic accommodations and assistive technology devices include, but are not limited to:

  • Extended time on exam
  • Student note taking
  • Reader/scribe for exams
  • Exams taken on computer
  • Textbooks in alternative format
  • Computer access programs

Environmental accommodations provide equal access to facilities and may include housing and parking accommodations. Environmental accommodations are based on a student’s current functional limitations and the evaluative process. Please review the procedure to receive services for more information.

All personal services (attendant care, transportation on / to campus, etc.) and equipment (e.g., wheelchairs, hearing aids) are the responsibility of each student and will not be provided by OASIS.

East Stroudsburg University is the home of the Alpha Chapter of Delta Alpha Pi (DAP) International Honor Society, established in 2004. It is the first honorary designed specifically to recognize the academic accomplishments of college and university students with disabilities. Undergraduate students who have completed a minimum of 24 credits and earned a quality point average of 3.1 are eligible for membership in DAP. Delta Alpha Pi has 65 chapters nationwide.

OASIS is now located on the third floor of the Science and Technology Building, 108 Normal Street. Normal hours of operation are 8a.m. to 4:30p.m. Monday through Friday. Services generally are offered by appointment and may be scheduled by stopping at the office in-person or by calling 570-422-3954. For additional information, visit OASIS. To receive services please submit self-disclosure form and supporting documentation to OASIS, fax (570) 422-3268 or email

Office of Diversity and Equal Opportunity

The Office of Diversity and Equal Opportunity’s mission is to promote, plan and monitor social justice in the university community. In addition, it is to implement programs that enhance the human rights of the members of the East Stroudsburg University family. Moreover, the Office of Diversity and Equal Opportunity, with the cooperation of faculty, students, staff and administration, strives to:

  • Ensure that the university is in compliance with equal employment law, affirmative action statutes, regulations, and legislation;
  • Promote respect for individual differences and the right of individuals to be treated with respect and civility;
  • Assure equity and to serve as an advocate for ethnic minorities, women, persons with disabilities, and other groups protected by federal, state or local laws;
  • Assist in the creation of an environment in which diversity will be perceived as a strength; and
  • Assist in the creation of a campus climate that is conducive to the optimal learning and development of all people at the university.

The staff of the Office of Diversity and Equal Opportunity is here to serve student, faculty, and staff at the university as well as guests of the campus. For more information contact the office at 570-422-3656.

Recreation Center

The Recreation Center offers facilities, equipment and services that provide opportunities for physical activity, leadership experience and education in order to promote the lifelong pursuit of recreational activities and healthy lifestyles. The comprehensive program includes group fitness, special events, personal training, leagues and club sports. In addition to programming, the department employs over 75 students who are directly responsible for the operation of the facilities and programs.

Facilities: The Recreation Center operates two student recreation facilities on campus. Completed in August 2003, the Mattioli Recreation Center is a 58,000 square foot state of the art facility on the south side of campus. The building features a four-court arena for basketball, volleyball, and tennis; a fitness center with cardio, selectorized and free weight equipment; a multipurpose studio; elevated track; locker and shower facilities; an alternative fitness area that includes indoor rowers, Jacobs Ladder, a rope climber, and virtual reality cycling; boxing zone that features a speed bag and heavy bag; and racquetball courts. The second facility, RecB, is located in the lower level of Hawthorn Suites. The facility is open to all of campus and has a separate entrance from the main residence hall. The 15,000-square-foot fitness center was opened in February 2012 and features cardiovascular, selectorized and free weight equipment, functional training zone, multipurpose studio, indoor cycling studio, locker and shower facilities and a personal training office.

Group Fitness: Group Fitness Program is designed for Recreation Center members who are looking for an organized workout. General classes are free of charge to members and on a first come first serve basis. The Center’s premier class, Warrior Cycling, is offered at a nominal fee. Every class is led by student instructors who have qualified to teach. A new group fitness schedule is published at the beginning and middle of each semester.

Special Events: Special events are designed for students to enjoy unique programs in a fun and social setting. Many of the special events are one-night tournaments that expose students to new and exciting sports as well as educational events to support healthy lifestyle choices. Some of the programs include racquetball, Late Night at the REC, wallyball, tennis, badminton, dodgeball, Fitness Assessment Day, team handball and wiffleball.

Personal Training: A personal fitness service run by qualified fitness staff that will help you to identify priorities and achieve your health and fitness goals. A range of personal fitness services are offered at a nominal fee.

Leagues: Please see the Athletics section.

For more information on programs, services, hours of operation, policies and procedures, visit or call the Mattioli Recreation Center's Service Desk at 570-422-2970.

Residence Hall Association

The Residence Hall Association is comprised of an 8 member elected executive board. In addition, each residence hall has an elected community board that serve the interest of their students. Each board is responsible for sending representatives to the Residence Hall Association meetings. This representative group of men and women works toward enhancing residence life for students. It assists in formulating official standards and operational policies for residence halls, provides meaningful social activities, establishes programs of educational enrichment in the residence halls, and participates in various community service projects.

Social, Cultural Activities and Global Week

The university offers a variety of social activities and opportunities for the campus community. Programs are sponsored throughout the year to enhance the quality of student life. Guest speakers on contemporary topics or controversial messages often visit the campus. Theatrical events and recitals featuring students and faculty are produced annually. Films, comedy shows, and concerts are also held throughout the year. In addition, a wide variety of intercollegiate, Recreation Center league, and club sports are available. Finally, major events such as Welcome Week, Family Weekend, Homecoming, Community on the Quad and Greek Week round out the social calendar.

Speech and Hearing Center

The Speech and Hearing Clinic, located in Monroe Hall, is operated by the Department of Speech-Language Pathology in connection with its clinical training program. Students provide therapy while being supervised by faculty who hold appropriate clinical certification and licensure.

Services provided by the clinic include evaluation and therapy in the following areas:

  • Speech/articulation disorders
  • Developmental language disorders
  • Aphasia resulting from head injury or stroke
  • Voice disorders
  • Laryngectomy
  • Cleft palate
  • Stuttering
  • Foreign accent reduction
  • Communication problems resulting from hearing loss

Complete audiologic evaluations are available. Therapy is conducted in rooms that are observable via a closed circuit system. Families of clients are encouraged to observe therapy so that they may better help the clients at home.

Clients at the clinic include members of the community, children attending the Mekeel Child Care Center, and students and employees of the university. Both evaluation and therapy are free to students and employees of the university. Anyone interested in clinic services should contact the clinic director at 570-422-3247.

Stony Acres

Stony Acres, a 119-acre recreation area owned by the ESU Student Activity Association, is located just nine miles north of the university in Marshalls Creek. A multipurpose lodge, six cabins, a climbing tower, a challenge course, a camping equipment program and a variety of activities including canoeing, camping, frisbee golf course, cross country skiing, ice skating, hiking, fishing, and picnicking have made Stony Acres a popular spot year round.

The Stony Acres lodge is available free to campus organizations for meetings, workshops and other programs. For lodge reservations, call Stony Acres directly at 570-223-8316. Cabin reservations and other information may be obtained by contacting the University Center at 570-422-3749.

Student Government

The Student Senate consists of elected student officials and represents the student body in issues related to campus life. Senators from each class serve on committees concerned with academic affairs, social activities, clubs and organizations, student rights and responsibilities, etc.

Student Organizations

Approximately 100 clubs and organizations have been created as a result of student interest. Many of these groups are funded by the Student Activity Association. The scope of these organizations is widely varied, including publications, athletics, drama, music, service, social, academic/career related, cultural, recreation, and academic honoraries.

Student Support Services

Student Support Services (SSS) is a federally funded TRIO program, housed in the Department of Academic Enrichment and Learning, designed to improve eligible students’ academic performance, increase their motivation and enhance their potential for graduation. Students whose parents have not completed a bachelor’s degree or who meet federally established economic guidelines or have a physical or learning disability may qualify for participation in SSS. The services for participants include: academic, career, financial, and personal counseling, peer counseling, tutoring and drop-in-labs, study skills workshops, cultural and social activities. For further information, call 570-422-3825 or visit student_support_services.cfm

Telecommunication Service

Resident students are provided digital cable TV service, Internet, and wireless Internet. Students must provide their own digital TV and co-axial cable to hook up to the service. Students should bring an Ethernet cable to access the wired internet. Students are not permitted to bring routers or wireless printers .

Transportation Options

Commuter students have various transportation options at ESU. Students must register their personal vehicles with the University Police and receive a parking decal. This decal enables the student to park in designated parking areas for commuters.

Other options for travel to and from campus follow below:

University Shuttle A shuttle service is available on campus and operates Monday through Friday when classes are in session. It stops at University Ridge as well as other designated locations around the campus.

Local Bus Service – The Monroe County Transit Authority (MCTA) has a local bus route that runs through campus and has various pick-up points and designated bus stops in East Stroudsburg, Stroudsburg, Tannersville, and Mount Pocono. The transit services extend as far as Snydersville and Effort. For more information on bus schedules, areas of transit and bus passes, contact MCTA at 570-839-6282 or stop by the Office of Commuter Student Services for schedule guides.


The University-Wide Tutorial Program (UWTP), offers free individual and small-group tutoring in most 100- and 200-level undergraduate courses. Students may request tutors in one or more courses by completing the appropriate forms, which are available in the Learning Center in Rosenkrans East. In addition to individual and small group tutoring, drop-in tutoring labs are available in a variety of high demand subject areas. These labs require no scheduled appointments. Supplemental Instruction is also offered for selected high risk courses. For further information, call 570-422-3515 or visit the UWTP website at


University Health Services

Health Services strongly recommends that students submit the Report of Medical History form, which includes immunization history prior to entrance to the university. The form can be downloaded from the Health Services website or Incoming Student Portal. There are many areas of study that will require this information including education, health sciences (such as nursing, psychology, speech and hearing, athletic training, and exercise science), and many internships and academic placements. Health Services recommends that students gather this information and submit it to avoid postponements in class schedules.

The university employs registered nurses and physicians for student health care needs. The services provided include evaluation and treatment for minor illnesses and injuries as well as patient education of disease processes and disease prevention.  Chronic conditions or major problems are referred to the student’s personal physician or to a local physician specialist; serious accidents are referred to Pocono Medical Center. In cases where referral is necessary to either the student’s physician, a physician specialist, to a hospital or other medical facility, the costs incurred must be borne by the student. Fees for any medical treatment provided away from the health center and for diagnostic testing, which includes lab tests, X-rays, etc., are the responsibility of the student.


The Flagler-Metzgar Health Center maintains a formulary where many routine prescription medications are available when ordered by a health center physician. Students are encouraged to have some funds available on their E-card to cover elective services and prescription medications which are kept at nominal fees. Special prescriptions are also written when needed; however, costs for these must be borne by the student at local pharmacies. A self-care area with over-the-counter medications and supplies is also available at no additional fee.

Pennsylvania law requires all students residing in university owned housing to have received the meningitis vaccination or be informed of the risks and benefits of the vaccine. This is to be completed when submitting the housing application.

The health center is closed on weekends, holidays, and breaks when classes are not in session.

Health Center Hours:

Fall and Spring Semesters

Monday and Tuesday

8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Wednesday and Thursday

8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.


8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Summer Sessions

Monday through Friday

8 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.

University Store


The University Store is located on the ground floor of the University Center. The store sells a variety of quality goods and services at equitable prices to the students, faculty, staff and alumni of the university. The primary function of the store is to provide the university community with course books, new, used, digital, rental and course supplies that support the academic mission. The faculty and store cooperate in the process of making course books available to students. Store revenue helps support student groups, sports teams, and organizations.

The store offers the following products: general books, school supplies, computer supplies, special order laptops, stationery, campus apparel, gift cards, greeting cards, glassware, class rings, and assorted imprinted items. The store also offers the following services: fax, online textbook reservation, special orders for clothing, and imprinted giftware.

Store hours, during the academic year while classes are in session, are Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. and Saturday, 11:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. At the beginning of the semesters, the store is open additional evening hours to better serve the students’ needs.

The University Store also operates a separate/connected convenience store that features snacks, sodas, juices, frozen microwaveable foods, health and beauty aids, cards and supplies. The entrance is on the university plaza near the bridge and is open Monday through Thursday, 7:30 a.m.-7:00 p.m., Friday, 7:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m. and Saturday, 11:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Hours are subject to change. Please visit our website at or call us at 570-422-BOOK.

Veterans Center

The ESU Student Veteran Center is a one-stop location where student veterans can get assistance with veteran benefits, transcripts, and financial aid. The Veterans Certifying Official, located in the ESU Veterans Center, has delegated authority to submit educational enrollment certifications and other certification documents and reports relating to veterans and their dependents that are eligible for Veterans Administration education benefits.

The center is located in Zimbar-Liljenstein Hall, Room 118. The Veteran Center is open Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. with extended hours on Tuesdays until 6:30 p.m. during the fall and spring semesters. The center is open to all ESU veterans. The center is equipped with comfortable furniture, TV and computer work areas with Internet access.

For more information regarding veterans services, please visit our website at, or call 570-422-2830

Warrior Marching Band

The Warrior Marching Band is open to all university students with prior experience at the high school or college level. The ensemble rehearses during the fall semester on Wednesday and Friday afternoon and Saturday mornings on home football game days. Students in the band are required to participate in Band Camp the week before the beginning of the fall semester. The band performs at all home games, select away games and marching exhibitions. For more information, students may contact the band’s Musical Director at (570) 422-3759, or contact the Marching Band student leadership through the organization’s Facebook page -  ESU Warrior Marching Band.

Women’s Center

The ESU Women’s Center, located at 411 Normal Street, provides a drop-in center and a networking environment for all campus women - students, faculty and staff. In addition, the Women’s Center offers educational programs on a variety of topics of importance to women, supports political action for social change relevant to women, maintains a resource library on women’s issues, and sponsors student attendance at women’s conferences and other special events for National Women’s History Month in March. The Center’s themes include: celebrations of women, feminism, women’s rights, advocacy for victims of sexual assault, women’s studies, multicultural women’s issues, women and leadership, women’s career development, women’s health and wellness, and socialization.

The ESU Women’s Center emphasizes and encourages the involvement of individuals and diverse groups of all races and ethnicities, genders, sexual orientations, ages and physical abilities. Its mission is to provide a supportive environment for discussion, knowledge, and programming that celebrates, empowers, and recognizes women and equality for all. For further information, visit 411 Normal Street, call 570-422-3957, or

The ESU Feminist Alliance is funded by the ESU Student Activity Association. This student group regularly meets at the Women’s Center. The mission of the Feminist Alliance is to heighten campus awareness about issues of concern to women locally, nationally, and globally.

Co-located with the Women’s Center is VOICE, or Victims Options in the Campus Environment. The VOICE Center believes that all people have the right to live free from relationship and sexual violence. VOICE collaborates with Women’s Resources Monroe County, Inc. and University Police to provide a safe haven where individuals affected by rape, sexual assault, dating violence, and stalking may explore their options and heal. VOICE offers the following free and confidential services: individual support and education, support groups, legal accompaniment, medical accompaniment, educational programs and events, and anonymous reporting.

VOICE has been supported by Grant No. 2011-WA-AX-0018 awarded by the Office on Violence Against Women, U.S. Department of Justice. The opinions, findings, conclusions and recommendations expressed in this exhibition are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Department of Justice, Office of Violence Against Women.

Writing Studio

Located on the first floor of Kemp Library, the Writing Studio helps students draft, revise, and complete their writing assignments, all in a comfortable, cozy environment.

Students will improve their writing through every stage of the writing process with:

  • Guided practice
  • Helpful tips and motivation
  • Workshops
  • One-to-one tutoring sessions
  • Handouts and resources

Computers, quiet work space, and tutoring are all available. For more information, visit