Office of Counseling and Testing
The University provides confidential professional counseling assistance to all students free of charge. The Office of Counseling and Testing is located in 216 Reynolds Center, and appointments may be made in person or by telephone Monday through Friday by calling 235-4145. Services include personal counseling, educational counseling, planning activities, career counseling, and testing services.
Multicultural Services & Diversity
The Office of Multicultural Services and Diversity, 201 Reynolds Center, is dedicated to providing and promoting cultural and educational activities to foster an environment conducive to multicultural growth. The office was established primarily to assist in the maintenance of a friendly and hospitable social and academic climate for students of color, through personal support and advocacy programs, services, and activities. Multicultural Services also provides an outlet for students of color who need the support necessary to interact successfully with University faculty, staff, and administration.
Southern Arkansas University operates eight residence halls and two apartment complexes . Any housing assistance needed please contact the Office of University Housing, 218 Reynolds Center, 235-4047.
University Health Services
University Health Services, 215 Reynolds Center, is open Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. during the fall and spring semesters and Monday through Thursday from 7 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. during the summer sessions (235-5237). There is a nurse available by phone after hours and on weekends. Some of the services provided include emergency and first aid treatment, blood pressure checks, allergy injections, general health evaluations, and doctor’s appointments. Most of the services are free to all students. If an emergency arises after clinic hours, students should notify the resident assistant on duty in their residence halls.
University Police Department
The Southern Arkansas University Police Department’s goal is to encourage all members of the community to be more aware of their surroundings and to report abnormal/suspicious behaviors.