Stark State College
Community Resource Guide
Welcome to the Stark State College Community resource guide. Here you will find information about support services available at Stark State, Stark County and Summit County. The Veteran/Military Services tab contains information specific for those that have served or are currently serving in our armed services.
If you need assistance accessing community resources contact
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The Bursar in the Business Office assists you with all student financial transactions including: bill payment, verification of financial aid, disbursement of financial aid, refunds & related concerns.
Gateway Student Services is a central location that can answer all of your questions relative to financial aid, registration, or connection to your academic advisor. Appointments are offered with in-depth questions or concerns. Drop in anytime without an appointment for help.
The Digital Library provides quality resources and professional library information services in support of research, teaching, and learning needs.
Tutors are available for Business & Entrepreneurial Studies courses. A schedule of hours is on myStarkState.
Tutors are available for Engineering & Information Technology courses. A schedule of hours is on myStarkState.
This center offers College Level math tutoring (College Algebra, Statistics and above). Developmental math tutoring is available in the classroom at any time and by appointment.
The Science Learning Center (SLC) offers tutoring in all levels of Natural and Physical sciences. The SLC is also a great place to study, work on homework and get help as needed.
The Writing Center has tutors available for individual or group consultation, drop in or by appointment, by student or faculty request. PowerPoint presentations & online sites are also available to support the writing process.
Your Academic Advisor can help with your educational & career objectives, selection of academic major, planning course sequence & class scheduling.
Career Development is dedicated to empowering students and alumni in developing career planning & job search skills.
Computer Bare Basics is a free and unlimited workshop offered to all students to teach computer skills necessary to be successful in College.
These supportive services provide short term personal, social, emotional, & developmental consultation for students.
The Disability Support Services Office assists students with disabilities by providing academic support services; admissions procedures; financial aid information; academic & career guidance.
Interfaith Campus Ministry
Interfaith Campus Ministry serves the spiritual needs of students. Promoting acceptance of diverse faiths, traditions & cultures, people can explore and grow in their beliefs.
Multicultural Student Affairs is a resource & support center for students from under- represented groups & a provider of services designed to assist students in achieving goals.
The Office of Student Life sponsors programs to encourage involvement, interaction, learning, skill development and enjoyment.