The Access Center seeks to make education accessible to all persons and groups by developing the talents of first generation (neither parent has earned a bachelor’s degree), limited income, or ethnically diverse youth and adults. The services provided are designed for those who would benefit from receiving information about opportunities in higher education and to develop their skills and motivation needed to attend college. Participants also receive services in the transition to a college environment in order to increase their rates of persistence and graduation in postsecondary education.
Office of Admissions
The Office of Admissions consists of five functional units: Undergraduate Recruitment & Outreach, Operations and Systems, Admissions Application Processing, Marketing and Communications, and Central Support. While most of the units primarily focus on recruiting and admitting prospective undergraduate students, Admissions also is responsible for processing applications for graduate, professional, and several non-degree programs.
Office of Financial Aid
Office of Financial Aid exists to provide customer-friendly, student-centered financial services that, within University, state, and federal policy, will enable students to enroll and manage their finances (both long and short term) so they may be successful and graduate.
Office of the Registrar
The goal of the Registrar’s Office is to provide a customer-friendly and service-focused environment for undergraduate and graduate students, faculty, staff, and administration. These services include, but are not limited to: maintaining all students’ records, transcript processing, enrollment verifications, scheduling, course registration, maintaining records on the student database, processing class lists, classroom assignments, graduation applications, and diploma mailings. All of these services are provided in accordance with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA).