Graduate 2013-2014 by Southern Arkansas University

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continuing education the ceu is a uniform nationally recognized unit of measure acceptable to many associations and professional societies that require continuing education experiences as a certification requisite please contact the office of continuing education at 870 235-4005 for additional information student affairs the student affairs division is designed to provide experiences activities and services to assist sau students in performing at the maximum level included in this division are the services of orientation admissions and records housing and dining services counseling and testing disability support services health services student employment career planning multicultural services student activities upward bound student support services talent search communications center university police international students adapt and student life these services are under the direction of the vice president for student affairs the student affairs committee composed of students faculty and staff is considered the major governing body in making advising and recommending major non-academic policies pertaining to student life at southern arkansas university campus housing sau has men’s women’s and coed residence halls as well as the university village apartments students should contact the office of housing for information by calling 870 235-4047 housing regulations students at sau are under both university regulations and housing regulations university regulations provide that all full-time enrolled single undergraduate students must live in one of the university residence halls or with their parents however single undergraduate students 21 years or older undergraduates with 60 or more hours or veterans with two years’ active duty service may live in housing of their own selection married students and part-time students who are employed full time in the community may select housing that meets their particular needs without application or special arrangements attendance at the university is contingent upon compliance with these regulations any exception to these policies must be determined through a personal conference with the dean of students university health service the university health service is open monday through friday from 7:30 a.m to 5 p.m some of the services provided include emergency or first aid treatment blood pressure checks allergy injections general health evaluation and doctor’s appointments most of the services are free to all students if an emergency arises after clinic hours students should notify the resident assistant on duty in their residence hall student support services student support services is a federally funded program designed to assist qualified students in completing their post-secondary educational goals the student support services project provides assistance and support tailored to the individual needs of each participant academic counseling improvement of study skills tutoring and improvement of basic skills are emphasized interested students should contact the student support service staff at 870 235-5113 89