To assure that you remain in balance and focused on your studies, we offer a number of resources for your body, mind, and spirit.
To honor your body, check out Health Services, where you can see a nurse practitioner, receive free information on a number of health-related subjects, and participate in wellness programs.
To ease your mind, our Academic Achievement Program is available to you. Here you can get help with your study skills, receive tutoring, those with disabilities can make arrangements for alternative testing here, and get hooked up with your CAP. No, not a new hat; your College Adjustment Peer, an upper class student who will help you adjust to college life during your first year.
Looking for a job or internship? Visit Coe's Center for Creativity & Careers, where you can find hundreds of postings, receive one-on-one resume counseling, and participate in interview workshops.
When your spirit needs uplifting, visit our College Chaplain and Counselor Melea White. Regardless of your faith, Melea is available to all members of the Coe community for pastoral counseling, guided prayer, pre-marital counseling, and any other spiritual needs. If you need someone to talk to about concerns outside of academics, Melea, Emily Barnard (counselor), and St. Luke's Counseling offer free short-term counseling for students.