What are the policies, procedures and student rights on campus?
The Office of Judicial & Mediation Services maintains the Student Rights, Regulations, and Procedures Online Handbook and administers campus disciplinary process. The office also serves as a resource to members of the University community by providing trained mediators to help individuals resolve interpersonal conflicts.
How do access my email?
Instructions for accessing your Eagle Mail e-mail account can be found by visiting: www.clarion.edu/90495
What do I do if I'm having roommate issues?
Treat your roommate(s) with the same respect you would like to receive from them. If you have a disagreement with a roommate, talk about it as soon as possible. Don't let your anger or frustration build up, have a discussion and agree to boundaries about various relevant items. Remember, your CA is available to support and mediate if necessary.
Where can I talk to someone about:
The Department of Counseling Services provides Career, Individual and Groups Counseling services and counselors available for consultations and presentations on a variety of topics:
Indecision about major
Anxiety Test anxiety
Life transitions (e.g., leaving home, graduation, marriage, having children)
Relationship concerns (e.g., romantic relationships, roommates, friends, parents)
Gay, lesbian, and bisexual concerns
Discrimination, Loss and grieving
Sexual abuse, sexual assault and sexual harassment
Where do I go if I have questions about my bill?
The Student Accounts Receivable Department maintains a record of each student's financial commitment with the university charges (tuition, fees, room, board, etc.) are posted for each semester or session that the student is registered and payments are recorded as received. Payments can be made in the form of financial aid (loans and scholarships), cash, check, or credit card.Students can view fully detailed billing & payment information by signing on to MyClarion.
Where do I go if I have questions about my financial aid?
The Office of Financial Aid has staff members who can help you understand all aspects of the financial aid application/award process.
Who do I talk to about my meal plan?
How do I get support and information regarding computing issues?
Computing Services offers a large listing of available services and information on the various software and operating systems available online.