Student Success at the Health Sciences Campus
We’re here for our graduate students too.
Academic Success Services, Counseling Services, and Disability Support Services are all available to students on the Health Sciences Campus.
Academic success services
The process of transitioning from undergraduate study to graduate level study can be more difficult than students anticipate. It takes a lot of time and energy to manage the change associated with new places, new faces, and new routines. In addition, the learning process itself is different in graduate school, with coursework that is significantly more complex.
Academic Success Services can help you enhance existing learning skills, and develop new study strategies, that can help as you work toward building the foundational knowledge necessary to excel, course by course!
For assistance, contact Amy Hopkins Mason at email@example.com.
Counseling Services at Emory & Henry College are available to help enrolled students manage the routine changes that will take place in their lives, as well as more difficult circumstances or challenges. Learn more about our scope of service, confidentiality, and additional supports on the Counseling homepage.
Afternoon and evening appointments are available onsite at the Health Sciences Campus. Visit our scheduling page to request an appointment.
Disability Support Services
Emory & Henry is committed to ensuring that students with documented disabilities have equal access to, and are able to participate in, all campus programs. Reasonable accommodations are available for both undergraduate and graduate students.
For questions, contact Amy Hopkins Mason at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To register with Disability Support Services, click here.
Where is our office located on the Health Sciences campus?
Student Success is located on the first floor in suite B-136. (From the main lobby, go through the double doors near the elevators and turn right. The Student Success suite is at the end of the hallway on the right.)
Can I use accommodations if I didn’t as an undergraduate?
Yes! Accommodations are defined based on the information you provide about your documented disability. Click here to find out more.
Can Counseling Services assist graduate students experiencing a mental health crisis?
Yes, Counselors are available to offer support for mental health crises or assist with linking students to support in the community. Visit our crisis management and emergencies page for additional information.