Parents Supporting Your ESU Student
Resources ESU offers to support your Student
If your student needs help
The Health Services department of the Student Wellness Center provides your student with treatment for acute illness and injuries (flu, cold, sprain), physical exams, laboratory tests, sexual health exams, immunizations and more. Major insurance providers, as well as the student health plan, are accepted and students with insurance who pay on-campus activity fees will not pay more than $10 out of pocket per office visit.
The Counseling Services department of the Student Wellness Center is available to help your student with the emotional stressors that come with going to college and being a young adult. Students can schedule up to five counseling sessions per semester at no cost to them or utilize any number of the free resources provided online.
Student Advising Center
The Student Advising Center (SAC) provides academic advising to all first-year and undeclared students.
Academic Center for Excellence and Success
We know many students are technologically savvy, but when they need help navigating their student portal or fixing a computer problem, the IT HelpDesk is ready to be their guide. Additionally, students can find buyers guides for new tech, free software downloads like anti-virus and Microsoft Office as well as campus news and virtual programming. email@example.com 620-341-5555
Student Accessibility + Support Services
SASS ensures students with documented disabilities, who self-disclose, have full and equal access to the programs and services of ESU and are not discriminated against because of their disability.
Career Services at ESU can help your student decide on a major, explore a career path, search for part-time and full-time jobs, apply to graduate school and more! Students can meet with a career counselor in-person, complete online career testing or browse online resources.