Additional Student Resources

The following resources are available to all Rhodes students.

Academic & Learning Resources—Offers individual assistance, workshops, and resources focused on time management, organizational skills, and learning strategies. Some programs include ­Peer Coaches­Peer Tutors, and Supplemental Instruction.

Career Services—Provides career counseling, self-assessments, career exploration, major exploration, and academic internships. 

Chaplain—Offers pastoral care, support for spiritual needs, meditation tips, and related resources. 

Counseling Center—Offers a range of mental health support services, including on-campus short-term individual and group counseling, off-campus teletherapy and in-person short-term counseling, and psychiatric services. Students also have access to a 24/7/365 Support Line (833-434-1217), The Wellness Hub, and the Headspace app. 

Information Services—Provides assistance with research and/or information technology needs. Contact the helpdesk at  

Buckman Center for International Education—Provides individual advising related to researching study abroad programs, applying for programs, and identifying need-based or merit-based scholarships. 

Language Center—Provides resources and peer tutoring in Chinese, French, German, Russian, Spanish, Latin, and Greek.

Student Engagement—Assists students with getting connected and involved at Rhodes. Students can explore over 100 recognized student organizations, some of which focus on disability, access, and advocacy (e.g., Alliance for Disability Advocacy, Best Buddies, Lynx Club, SIGN Club, Kinney Disability Advocates). For event planning, groups are encouraged to Best Practices for Accessible Events.

Student Health Center—Offers treatment and resources for a wide range of medical needs via scheduled appointments and walk-ins. 

Student Outreach & Support—Supports students facing a wide variety of difficulties by helping them navigate through resources and make a support plan. Schedule an Appointment with the Care Manager to discuss current challenges and community resources.

Writing Center—Offers assistance for student writers of all levels at any stage of the writing process and for writing in any discipline.

Bias Education Response System—Allows Rhodes community members to report bias-related incidents and microaggressive behaviors related to disability, race, gender identity or expression, color, age, religion, sexual orientation, and national or ethnic origin.