TRADPLUS & VETERAN STUDENT RESOURCES

There are many resources on campus to assist you with your personal, social, and academic needs. Listed below are links to a variety of resources other TradPlus and veteran students have found helpful in navigating their college experience.

Career Services

Career Services provides a variety of resources to help TradPlus and veteran students to be successful while in college and beyond graduation. The staff can help you with career counseling, part-time employment, internships, job search strategies, building a resume, and interview skills.

Center for Early Childhood Education

The Center for Early Childhood Education (CECE), strives to provide a high quality early childhood environment for children of Emporia State students, faculty, and the surrounding community. The CECE is licensed by the Kansas Department of Health and Environment to provide child care for children 12 months (and walking) through school age, and is also licensed to serve as an SRS provider.

Veterans Educational Resources

Veterans Educational Services provides tuition benefits assistance for students who are veterans, dependents of veterans, and/or reservists.

Student Advising Center

The Student Advising Center can assist you with your transition to Emporia State, help you choose a major, assist you with course selection and degree requirements, and more.

Student Wellness Center

The Student Wellness Center is comprised of Counseling Services and Health Services. Through Counseling Services, individual counseling can help you to clarify your concerns, gain insight into yourself and others, and learn ways to most effectively cope with and/or resolve problems. Through Health Services, students paying campus privilege fees is eligible for basic health services located right here on campus.

Student Support Services (TRiO/Project Challenge)

Student Support Services, a federally-funded program, provides advising, tutoring, mentoring, grant aid scholarships, and more to eligible students. These services are provided to students who are first generation (neither parent has a bachelors degree), low income, have a documented physical or learning disability, and meet other program eligibility criteria.

Writing Center

The Writing Center promotes writing as a tool for teaching and learning in every discipline and assists writers in preparing for the practical, real-life applications of writing in the workplace as well as in the academic world.

Single Parents with Children Scholarship (PDF)

The Single Parents with Children Scholarship was established to assist single, divorced, or widowed Emporia State University students who are raising children and attending school simultaneously. Scholarships in the amount of $2,000 are awarded for the academic year, with half of the disbursement in the fall semester and the remainder in the spring semester. Scholarships for the 2015-2016 academic year have been awarded. Click here to download the application for the 2016-2017 academic year. All scholarship application materials are due by 5:00PM on Friday, March 4. For questions, contact Nakita Elwood, TradPlus & Veteran Student Support Coordinator.