The Academic Advising Center provides this service to all students, including those with disabilities. The DRC Coordinator may work with the Academic Advisors to ensure the students with disabilities meet the needs and accommodations of the academic program of their choice, including course selection in consideration with the student’s disability. Academic Success Workshops are available to students at no charge. These workshops include helping students improve their memory, study skills, balancing tests and stress skills, etc. Call 435-652-7690 or visit http://dixie.edu/advisement/
The Dixie State University Campus Store offers a convenient student source for textbooks, general books, educational supplies, and a wide variety of calculators, office and school and art supplies. Visit them at http://campusstore.dixie.edu/home.aspx
The Career Center is located on the 5th floor of the Holland Commons Building, Room 523. The DSU Career Center offers comprehensive career services to students, alumni, and the community when choosing a major, identifying a career and/or seeking employment. Their staff can assist you in maximizing career opportunities. No matter where you find yourself in the search process, the Career Center has resources available to help you achieve your goals. They invite you to come and take advantage of their services free of charge. Feel free to browse and see what they can assist you with at career.dixie.edu
The Financial Aid Office processes and provides information regarding financial aid applications. Eligibility is based on financial need, satisfactory academic progress and grade point average for continuing students. (435) 652-7575 financialaid.dixie.edu
Health and Wellness Center
The Center provides information on how to live a healthy life and has social workers and health care providers on staff if students become ill or need short term counseling. Visit wellness.dixie.edu for more information.
Housing and Resident Life welcomes all levels of ability. A student in need of accommodations in relation to a disability should contact the Housing Office in advance. The Housing and Resident Life Department will work with the Disability Resource Center to seek a solution that will meet the needs of the student. Visit housing.dixie.edu for more information.
Service and Assistance Animals
As per Dixie State University policy, students seeking housing accommodations for a service or assistance animal must first contact the Disability Resource Center. Once the Disability Resource center approves the animal, they will contact the Housing and Resident Life department and request that an accommodation be made. Students need to contact the Disability Resource Center at least seven (7) days prior to the need for accommodations. http://housing.dixie.edu/accessible-housing/
Multicultural/ Diversity Center
The Multicultural/Diversity Center (MCDC) is a student support service established to provide services to students with various cultural backgrounds and to increase cultural diversity at Dixie State University. If you are interested in being involved visit them at their website mcdc.dixie.edu
Red Rock Center for Independence
The RRCI’s mission is to empower people with disabilities in southwestern Utah to live independently through education, personalized services, and technology. http://rrci.org
The registrar’s office is located in the Holland Centennial Commons, 1st floor. Any questions about registration go to the forms page located registration.dixie.edu print and then completely fill out any forms you need. Also any questions regarding registering as a freshmen feel free to call 435-652-7708.
TRIO Student Support Services
The Student Support Services program will teach student participants’ self-direction, resourcefulness and resiliency through one-on-one advising focused on academic skills development and personal enrichment. Student participants will become (skilled) successful students and college graduates (prepared to become self-actualizing) professionals, and global citizens who lead through best practices and lifelong learning. Visit them at their site to get in touch with an advisor at trio.dixie.edu
Tutoring Center and Writing Lab
A wide variety of learning support and tutoring services are available to all DSU. They include drop-in tutoring, one-on-one tutoring, departmental labs and others. Click on the following link for a complete list of available resources: tutoring.dixie.edu
The Division of Vocational Rehabilitation Services is a state agency that provides services to qualified clients with disabilities. Those eligible clients who are assigned a vocational counselor may be tested and receive help in attending college to prepare for suitable employment. (435)673-5091
Women’s Resource Center
The DSU Women’s Resource Center is dedicated to serving all female college students of Dixie State. Their goal is to facilitate access to resources, mentoring, and support available to women across a wide range of disciplines. By organizing campus events that cater to the female student population and connecting them with organizations that have similar interests, they hope to help women achieve their academic and professional goals. Visit them at wrc.dixie.edu