The Student Success Center (SSC) was established in the Fall of 2013. It provides students with an intellectually and stimulating supportive environment, offering an array of services that enhance the graduate student experience at CGU by developing the knowledge, skills, and capacities that enable students to flourish. Although the center is new, our goal is to serve as the nucleus that engages students, alumni, staff, and faculty in conversations that foster diversity, cultural sensitivity, and inclusivity, and student success. Such conversations will afford students opportunities for self-assessment in order to achieve academic success, professional and personal development, leadership development, and collaborative work.
The Office of Career Management works in partnership with students to achieve their career objectives. We define our role as career consultants who provide the structure and services, including counseling and specific workshops, to help students focus their search, to target appropriate employers, to implement their job search strategies, and to build skills in self-marketing.
CGU is committed to offering auxiliary aids and services to students with verifiable disabilities, in compliance with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. To ensure that their individual needs are addressed, students with disabilities are encouraged to contact the Coordinator of Disability Services as early as possible.
Resource and Referral Center for those seeking information regarding additional support services for the disabled and for those addressing the challenges of caring for a disabled parent, child, or friend.
The Preparing Future Faculty program can help you excel as a scholar-educator and prepare for a career in academia.The PFF program offers workshops and other opportunities to be part of a professional learning community that seeks to enhance faculty excellence.
The mission of the Office of Student Life and Diversity is to provide organizational support and resources to empower students through our peer mentoring program, workshops, social events and student organizations whose mission is to promote social and political awareness, specifically with respect to issues of class, ethnicity, gender, race, physical and learning challenges, sexuality, and sexual orientation.
The Writing Center is committed to fostering an intellectually stimulating and supportive environment for CGU students, staff, and faculty during all phases of the writing process. We seek to augment the graduate experience by offering student-centered programs that encourage collaboration, communication, and education.