Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Accommodations
Oakland City University actively supports the Americans with Disabilities Act which protects qualified individuals with disabilities from discrimination. Oakland City University will work with students, employees and other associates to provide reasonable accommodations as provided in the Act.
If a student believes he/she needs accommodations for class he/she should notify the Section 504 Coordinator. Contact information for the Section 504 Coordinator may be obtained from the Office for Academic Affairs. The Section 504 Coordinator for the 2011-2012 academic year is Dr. Mary Jo Beauchamp. Dr. Beauchamp is available at email@example.com or by phone 812-749-1399.
Students residing in the residence halls who require reasonable accommodations should contact the Housing Director.
Employees may contact the Human Resource Office, 812-749-1408, to request a reasonable accommodation.
Anyone with a concern or issue regarding the ADA, not listed above should contact the Office for Campus Life, 812-749-1421.
Career Services works with students to prepare them to successfully enter the workplace after college. All OCU students need to register with Career Services in order to receive assistance in a variety of areas. Services provided range from students making choices about their areas of study and career options, and ends with graduates searching for careers and ultimately getting placed in jobs that make the most of the degree they earned at Oakland City University.
When you're down and you need someone to talk to, contact Oakland City University Counseling Services. Services are free to all Oakland City University students, faculty and staff.
Student Support Services (SSS) is dedicated to the retention and graduation of all students. SSS focuses on academic excellence, technical preparation, and the enhancement of each student's intellectual and social development. For full eligibility information, visit the SSS page.
Tutoring is available to all OCU students through the Career Services Department in the Student Life Center. The Career Services Department has developed a Peer Mentoring Program that services the many needs of the OCU body. Tutoring is one of these needs. Career Services employs a variety of upper classmen from a range of majors in order to be able to help students with any class that they are taking.
Tutoring can be done one-on-one or in a group setting depending on the request of the student. These tutoring sessions are created with the student in mind so that each session is targeted to his/her particular needs. Students can utilize the services of the Peer Mentors to his/her chosen extent as well. Students have the option of choosing a larger extent like one hour sessions three times a week or a smaller extent like dropping off a paper to be proofread a couple of times a semester.
Career Services offers other tutoring resources beyond the in-house tutoring. The Peer Mentors manage a Moodle page that is loaded with resources for students. Tutoring through Career Services is free and available during office hours in SLC Room 202. Register with a Career Services Advisor to start your tutoring today.