Student Success

Campus Resources

You may be a college savvy student with a 4.0 GPA and plans to attend BSU, or maybe you typically maintain a C average and are involved in two student clubs. Perhaps you usually get a mix of A's and B's while balancing work and a family at the same time, or maybe you have a 3.5 GPA and intend on graduating from CSI and entering directly into the workforce. We understand that everyone's situation is different, and because of that, every student needs different types of support. Here at CSI, we have many different FREE campus services to help you succeed. Below you will find a listing of campus offices committed to providing customer service, support, resources, and a pleasant experience to every student. You are our #1 priority!

Are you a single parent in a technical program?

Are you studying a technical field that is non-traditional for your gender?The Center for New Directions is a great resource for you. They offer a single parent/displaced homemaker program, job seeking workshops, groups, and luncheons for those who qualify. See http://careers.csi.edu/cnd/index.asp for information.

For Information on Child Care see:
http://www.csi.edu/prospectiveStudents_/studentServices/childCare/

Need some extra help in class?

We offer free tutoring at the Learning Assistance Center! There are both staff and peer tutoring options available. The LAC is located on the 2nd floor of the Meyerhoeffer (library) Building. Feel free to stop by and check it out! http://www.csi.edu/ip/adc/lap/

Do you excel in a particular subject?

Would you like to earn money putting your skills to use? Visit http://www.csi.edu/ip/adc/lap/becometutor.htm from information about becoming a peer tutor!

Are you feeling the pressure of school, work, family, personal issues, and more?

As a CSI student, you have access to FREE counseling services. You are not alone! Sometimes balancing school and everyday life is a lot to handle, and we know that. Come talk to someone who is ready and willing to listen with an open mind. http://career.csi.edu/counselingServices/index.asp

Are you thinking maybe your major isn’t the right choice for you? 

Or are you an Academic Non-Degree student thinking about declaring your major? Are you wondering what careers options are available after graduation?Save time, energy, and money by identifying your goal now! The Career Center offers career exploration, successful job seeking, workshops, and more. http://career.csi.edu/careerCenter/index.asp

Do you have a physical or learning disability?

The Student Disability Services Office works to accommodate students with disabilities. http://www.csi.edu/Disabilities/