The Career Development Center (CDC) is a comprehensive center serving all departments and colleges of MTSU with career exploration, on-campus recruiting, and job searching. For more information, contact the Career Development Center, (615) 898-2500, or visit www.mtsu.edu/career/.
Child Care Lab
The MTSU Child Care Lab provides quality care for children ages 3-5 whose parents are attending or working at MTSU. For more information, contact the Child Care Lab, (615) 898-2970, or visit www.mtsu.edu/childcare/.
Counseling Services offers crisis intervention, assessment, community referral, and limited personal counseling services, all designed to support students in their emotional, intellectual, and social growth. While we strive to be available to all students needing these services, we assume special responsibility for those in need of immediate assistance. Our goal is to understand students’ concerns and to develop and implement counseling and referral plans that respond to their needs as effectively and expediently as possible. Counseling Services also coordinates the University’s testing program, offering such standardized tests as the CLEP, ACT residual, the PRAXIS series, and others. For more information, contact Counseling Services, (615) 898-2670, or visit www.mtsu.edu/countest.
Disabled Student Services offers a wide variety of services to students with disabilities, including testing accommodations, providing access to the latest in adaptive computer technologies, and acting as a liaison to University departments. MTSU also provides an ADA/504 coordinator, Watson Harris, Peck Hall 203, (615) 898-5366. For more information, contact Disabled Student Services, (615) 898-2783, or visit www.mtsu.edu/dssemail/.
Housing and Residential Life creates living-learning communities which promote personal and academic growth among a diverse student body. Additional information regarding on campus accommodations can be found at www.mtsu.edu/housing/oncampus.php.
The Intercultural and Diversity Affairs Center promotes cultural awareness, understanding, and a sense of belonging for all students at MTSU. For more information, contact the Intercultural and Diversity Affairs Center, (615) 898-5812, or visit www.mtsu.edu/idac/.
The June Anderson Center for Women and Nontraditional Students provides student support services conducive to learning and personal development for both women students and for adult students who generally work fulltime, are married, have children, and other adult responsibilities beyond their college experiences. The center provides information and referrals about all aspects of academic and social life. For more information, contact June Anderson Center for Women and Nontraditional Students, (615) 898-5989, or visit www.mtsu.edu/jac/.
Student Health Services ensures the delivery of affordable, accessible and high quality health care integrated with the promotion of lifelong wellness for MTSU students. A prepaid student health fee covers the cost of basic office visits, and an on-site Pharmacy provides access to over-the-counter and prescription medication. For more information about student health services and student health insurance, contact Student Health Services, (615) 898-2988, or visit www.mtsu.edu/healthservices/.