- Student Advocacy and Intervention
Kimbel Library and Bryan Information Commons serve as a vibrant, student-centered intellectual gathering place offering portals to information and ideas that enhance learning and research for a successful, engaging and diverse community of learners. To accomplish this mission, the Kimbel Library and Bryan Information Commons provide the resources, services, instruction and facilities essential to support the high quality teaching and engaged learning of students and faculty of Coastal Carolina University.
The Tutoring and Learning Center (TLC) provides support for a variety of courses offered at Coastal Carolina University. The TLC is comprised of three curriculum-specific tutoring centers fully staffed by peer and graduate tutors: the Foreign Language Instructional Center, Mathematics Learning Center and the Writing Center. Tutoring in these centers is available to all students currently enrolled in courses at the University.
Financial Aid and Scholarships supports the goals of the University by assisting students and parents in identifying possible sources of assistance that will encourage economic, social, cultural and academic diversity in the student body.
Student Accounts manages the billing of tuition, fees, housing, meal plans, mandatory fees, general deposits, and other miscellaneous charges on a student’s account. Student Accounts also handles the collection of payments from students and processes student refunds.
HEALTH AND WELLNESS
Counseling Services assists Coastal Carolina University students in defining and accomplishing their personal and academic goals. Priorities of the service include: treatment of mental health concerns, prevention of psychological difficulties, educating students to live emotionally and behaviorally healthy lives, and contributing to a healthy campus environment. Services include individual, couples and group counseling; psychiatric services; crisis intervention; assessment; nutritional counseling; drug and alcohol education; referrals; and consultation.
The LiveWell Office is a resource for the campus community to promote societal, community, relationship, and individual wellness. We provide campuswide wellness initiatives, educational events and presentations, internship opportunities and services that promote well-being including nutrition, biofeedback and exercise consulting.
Student Health Services provides quality primary care and prevention and education services that are student-centered with an emphasis on teaching personal responsibility for health and wellness.
SAFETY AND SECURITY
The Department of Public Safety provides the University community with professional, proactive safety and protection.
STUDENT SERVICES AND SUPPORT
Accessibility and Disability Services (ADS) offers support and assistance to current and incoming students with disabilities and medical conditions by coordinating and implementing appropriate accommodations and providing resources and services as they relate to academics, university housing, dining and campus activities. ADS also functions as a source of information, educational outreach and advice, as well as a communication link among individuals with disabilities, faculty and staff, and the university community at large.
CHANT411 provides a central point of contact for students, families, faculty, staff and visitors who want a question answered or need guidance navigating the university system. Have a question? JUST ASK!
The CINO Food Pantry was created by students in an effort to help reduce hunger and improve nutrition on campus. The idea for the CINO Food Pantry originated in a University 110 class in 2012. The need for the pantry was determined based on the percentage of CCU students who received financial aid and the number of juniors and seniors who lived off campus and struggled with having enough money to cover the average amount of rent each month and still have enough money to buy food or a meal plan. CINO Pantry is open to all students, faculty and staff. CINO Pantry is located in Lib Jackson Student Union B-214 and is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday.
The Dean of Students Office partners with Coastal Carolina University students, their families, faculty and staff to promote the holistic development of students focusing on student advocacy, crisis management and personal accountability. The office is responsible for administering the University’s policies and procedures regarding student conduct. The primary functional areas within the Dean of Students Office are Student Conduct and Student Advocacy and Intervention.
Intercultural and Inclusion Student Services offers cultural development opportunities grounded in social justice and inclusiveness for students, faculty, staff and the community through a variety of programming and involvement. Through this, the department collaboratively creates a safe and supportive campus environment that encourages achievement and success for all.
Student Life provides a variety of opportunities for students to get involved, become leaders, and get connected to Coastal Carolina University.
University Housing creates a foundation of care for resident safety and success. University Housing is able to assist students with any housing concerns that they may have. A Community Coordinator (CC) and multiple Resident Advisers (RAs) are placed in our Residence Halls to assist students with their needs and questions.
Veteran Services assists veterans in making the transition to college from the military and the transition to the workforce after college; to utilize the Veterans Success Team to retain and graduate veterans and their family members; and to conduct training for staff and faculty on veterans issues.
Contact Student Advocacy and Intervention
Contact Student Advocacy and Intervention through the Dean of Students Office at 843-349-4161 or email email@example.com.
For more information about Student Advocacy and Intervention, please visit www.coastal.edu/sai.
Student Advocacy and Intervention is not therapy. The laws that apply to a confidential therapeutic relationship do not apply to all helping relationships. There may be instances when information needs to be shared with other campus partners to ensure the safety of the campus community. While confidentiality cannot be guaranteed, information will only be shared strictly on a need-to-know basis. For effective coordination of services, you may be asked to sign a release of information.