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Career Services:

...assists graduating students and alumni in locating career employment in business, education, government, industry, and service organizations, and is located in 400 Wilder Tower.


Counseling, Tutoring and Testing: a comprehensive counseling and assistance facility providing academic, psychological, and career resources for students to draw upon as they encounter the developmental tasks concomitant with their educational experience. The main office is located in 214 Wilder Tower.

 Future You Program

...exist so that your future can look back at you! Wouldn't it be great to know how it all turns out? What if your future self could tell you what's important now? That's the premise of the new "Future You" program.


...exists to support gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, intersexed, and questioning U of M students, faculty and staff, to improve the overall U of M campus environment and to educate the entire campus community on concerns relating to GLBTIQ issues.


Student Affairs Learning and Assessment:

...provides support to departments and programs by assisting in assessment design, including finding or developing appropriate instruments; assisting in the analysis and interpretation of assessment data so that it can be USED effectively; assisting in the creation or clarification of learning objectives to name a few. The main office is located in 800 Wilder Tower.


Student Health Services:

...provides treatment for short-term, acute illness and injuries on an outpatient basis to all students with a valid ID card. Faculty and staff are eligible for limited services for a small fee. Dispensary services are available to students only, and is located First Floor, Health Center Building.


Disability Resources for Students:

...provides information and support services to enable students to take full advantage of the educational opportunities at the University of Memphis, and is located in 110 Wilder Tower.


TRiO Student Success Programs (SSP): one of the federally-funded TRIO programs, which helps eligible students at the University of Memphis stay in college until they earn their baccalaureate degree. Eligible students who are committed to their college education and willing to participate will be offered comprehensive services designed to help them meet their educational goals. There is no charge for services provided to students through Student Success Programs (SSP). TRiO SSP is located in 405 Mitchell Hall.

Office for Student Development
221 Brister
Phone: (901) 678-5426

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