Campus Support Services

Academic & Learning Resources: The office provides individual assistance and programs focused on time management, organizational skills, and learning strategies. Contact us Director, Jennifer Soler-Rodriguez at or Assistant Director, Sarah K. Woods, at Visit our website to schedule a meeting. 

Advisor: Your faculty adviser can provide you insights for academic improvement and will also help you with your course selections in order to stay on track for graduation.

ADHD Coaching: Receive private one-on-one sessions with Ben Boeving, ADHD Coach, for an additional fee. Email or call 901-848-3350 to schedule a free consultation.  Ben also leads Laser Coaching, which is a free weekly group session focused on planning and prioritizing. Laser Coaching is every Monday at 3:00pm in the Armstrong room, Burrow Hall 4th floor.

Career Services: Career Services provides career counseling and assistance with self-assessments, major and career exploration, and help with resume writing, interview skills, and internships. Email or call 901-843-3800.

Counseling Center: Individual and group counseling is offered by a trained professional Monday-Friday from 8:30-5:00pm (with a lunch break from 12-1pm). Call 901-843-3128 or email to make an appointment. For afterhours support, call their 24 hr. hotline at 1-833-434-1217. 

Faculty: The individual faculty members who are teaching your classes offer great insight into how to improve. Email your faculty for a meeting or seek them out during their office hours.

Language Center: The Language Center offers peer tutoring in Chinese, French, German, Russian, Spanish, Latin, and Greek.

Information Services: Barret Library is committed to the continued support for research, teaching and technology needs of the faculty and our students. 

Student Accessibility Services: The office provides access accommodations on a case-by-case basis for qualified students who have demonstrated a need for these services. Contact Melissa Butler at or 901-843-3815.

Student Success Team: Student Life staff who meet with students daily to help them develop plans for academic success, get connected to additional resources, and review academic policies as needed. 

Writing Center: Student writers of all levels can receive assistance at any stage of the writing process and for writing in any discipline.