Graduate School Contact
Donna Negaard, Director of Graduate Student Affairs, provides resources and support to all graduate students on a broad range of issues. Donna can be reached at [email protected]a.edu.
Graduate School Resource Areas
Provides free and confidential counseling services to students who may be struggling with a range of concerns, from those who are in distress and struggling to those who wish to gain support and prevent concerns from developing into more serious problems.
Consults with students on academic, personal and developmental issues.
Provides information and support to the university community in the areas of multicultural awareness and community building, prejudice education and practical resources relating to diversity issues.
Offers LGBTQ+ student support programs.
Promotes generalized well-being by educating on topics such as sexual health, nutrition, physical activity, stress management, as well as the use of alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs.
Provides health service to students, regardless of insurance, if they have paid the
student health fee.
- Provides primary health care (including walk-in acute care, x-ray, clinical laboratory, and pharmacy services) and dental services.
- Provides specialized services to students, including services related to nutrition, sexual health, drug/alcohol concerns.
Investigates complaints of discrimination, harassment or sexual violence.
Advises students on immigration issues.
Oversees health and safety issues related to international travel.
- Career, Internship & Student Employment Services: career coaching, internship and employment searching/support, HireABobcat.com, career
and job fairs, on-campus interviewing.
- Office of Financial Education: helps students reduce or assess student loan debt, provides counsel related to savings, budgeting, loans, salary negotiation, retirement, etc.
994-3220; 24 hour Police Dispatch: 994-2121; Corner of 7th and Kagy Blvd.
- Operates 24 hours/day including semester breaks, summer session and holidays.
- Provides law enforcement, emergency and non-emergency services.
- Performs welfare checks on students about which parents, faculty, staff or fellow students may be concerned.
- Provides escorts on campus any time, day or night.
- Provides plainclothes officers who can be present in a course or at sensitive meetings upon request.
- Provides support to anyone who feels threatened or is in immediate danger. Call x2121 on-campus, 911 off-campus/cell phone.
- Provides information and support to anyone impacted by sexual assault, harassment, relationship violence, stalking and interpersonal violence.
- Provides free walk-in counseling hours available to anyone impacted by interpersonal violence.