Maybe your allergies flare up with the new season and you need a refill on your medication. Or maybe you need a physical exam for a sport or a job. Maybe you just don’t feel well and want to see a doctor. You can do all that and much more at the SHSU Student Health Center. Here are just some of its services:
- Asthma management
- Wound care
- On-site lab work
- Women’s annual exams
- Health education and programs
Counseling: Sometimes as a university student, you might feel the need to talk to someone who can help you better understand decisions you face or those you have made. The on-campus Counseling Center provides you with a welcoming, confidential place to discuss your challenges and concerns with a professional counselor.
Services at the Counseling Center include:
- Individual counseling
- Group counseling
- Alcohol and drug abuse assistance
- Career exploration, testing, and guidance
Disability Services: One of SHSU's biggest strengths is the diversity of the student body. This diversity exists in many forms, including students who come to campus with a disability. Services for Students with Disabilities (SSD) exist to support these students so that they can have the complete SHSU experience. Our goal is to create a campus community in which students with disabilities are able to participate fully in university programs and activities, and are valued as contributing members to SHSU.
Some of the many services provided by Services for Students with Disabilities include:
- Coordinating academic accommodations
- Adaptive technology lab
- Sign language interpretation
- ADA compliance
- Advocacy and education
The ADAI is a multidisciplinary group composed of faculty, staff, administrators, and students dedicated to ensuring the safety and health of SHSU students. The mission of the Alcohol & Drug Abuse Initiative is to reduce alcohol and drug abuse among Sam Houston State University students through coordinated efforts to inform, educate, and modify student's knowledge, attitudes and behaviors regarding substance abuse.
Whether you're a freshman just starting your academic career, a senior anticipating your fast-approaching graduation date, or an alumnus looking for a new job or career, SHSU Career Services offers a variety of programs and services to assist you! We offer SHSU students and alumni:
Cover Letter &
Jobs 4 Kats Job Listings
Presentations & Workshops
The Department of Student Activities strives to cultivate intellectual and holistic growth among a diverse student body in a fun and safe environment by promoting academic success and leadership development to encourage students to become productive members of society. We also support the university's mission by providing services and programs while fostering student learning both in and out of the classroom.
To fulfill our mission, the Department of Student Activities is committed to the following core values:
- TEAM WORK
Accountable members overseeing all areas and effectively functioning together to achieve a goal.
Adhering to a professional code of ethics regardless of the circumstances.
Being consistent in the treatment of others and with your actions in all aspects of the job.
Effectively exchanging verbal and nonverbal information through listening to others and conveying pertinent information. This is important to maintain harmony within the office and make sure everyone is on the same page.
The mission of Recreational Sports at Sam Houston State University is to encourage active healthy lifestyles, foster leadership development, instill an appreciation for diversity, and enhance self-concept and inter-personal relationships. The Department achieves this by providing safe, purposeful and enjoyable activities and facilities with emphasis on students and the University community.
The SHSU Student Money Management Center (SMMC) is a financial outreach and educational program administered by the Sam Houston State University Division of Student Services.
The Mission of the Student Money Management Center is to improve the financial well-being of our students by providing the unbiased education, counseling, tools, and solutions students need in order to achieve financial independence.
Students’ Legal & Mediation Services
The Students’ Legal and Mediation Services office is located in the Lowman Student Center, suite 33. The student’s legal advisor has scheduled hours that allow students with various schedules to easily obtain an appointment by calling (936) 294-1717. Brochures concerning specific legal issues are also available for registered students.
The advisor often helps students with legal problems by guiding them through self-help procedures and providing written materials concerning their legal issues. By guiding the student through the procedures required in administrative and judicial proceedings, it is anticipated that the student will be able to effectively deal with these problems currently and in the future. However, when the problem is of such a nature that legal representation is immediately needed, referral to several practicing attorneys in that area of law is made.
All matters between the students’ legal advisor and the student are confidential. Some areas of student concern are landlord/tenant issues, consumer protection, insurance, crime, family law, traffic tickets, automobile accidents, and employee rights.