At Armstrong, we've got your back, offering the support you need to make your time here smooth and comfortable.
The key to success is knowing what help is available. Here are some handy resources.
The Office of Disability Services is committed to working with students with disabilities to assess their needs and help coordinate appropriate academic accommodations and services based on the student’s individual documented needs.
The Counseling Center is an objective and confidential place to help you find solutions to whatever difficulties you are dealing with. We offer individual sessions, as well as classroom and group seminars throughout the year.
Career Services provides assistance in career planning, resume, interviewing skills, and applying to graduate school. Services include career counseling, career and personality testing, and mock interviews.
The Office of Testing offers various test opportunities such as CLEP, independent and distance learning exam proctoring services, Graduate Admission Tests, Professional Certifications Tests, TEAS V-Allied Health Professional Exam, SAT On-Campus, GACE, and institutional and departmental exit exams.
The Captain’s Cupboard is an emergency food program for students, faculty, and staff in need. Donations are greatly appreciated for this program to continue to operate.
Here to Serve
Armstrong is ready to make sure your time as a Pirate is tailored to fit your needs. The following links show different services made to help you succeed.
The Student Employment Center helps students gain work experiences and provides guidance to their full-time professional job search through career education and professional development.
The Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA) provides support services to underrepresented students to assist their engagement with the university. The OMA provides services in the areas of academic, professional, and social development.
Armstrong Latino is a student-focused Hispanic/Latino initiative providing student support services and cultural awareness programs which strengthen the collegiate experience of a diverse segment of the campus body through intentionality, leadership, ethical behavior, civic responsibility, and civic responsibility.
Our Adult Learners hub helps you take the first step to what many see as a daunting task…. going back to college as an adult to start on or finish a degree.