Graduate Student Community Life
Refer to the program handbook and Community Life Expectations for more information.
Center for Academic Excellence
The Center for Academic Excellence (CAE), located on the lower level of the Kinlaw Library, exists to support students across all disciplines. Students in the Graduate Program can access fee-based tutoring through the CAE web site, asbury.edu/academics/cae or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Contact the CAE Director, ext. 2375, or your program’s director for details.
Center for Career and Calling
An online job/internship opportunity web page is available to assist students in connecting with employers who are specifically seeking candidates from Asbury University. Off-campus job fair opportunities for students to meet employers are also promoted through the Center. See asbury.edu/career for additional information and online resources or contact us at email@example.com or ext. 2401.
Students with physical limitations needing minimal accommodations can be successful at Asbury University. The institution attempts to assist students with their specific needs in and out of the classroom. Students with physical disabilities who are considering attending the University must contact the Vice President of Student Development/Dean of Students (ext. 2116) to discuss their situation and accommodation needs.
Housing – Wilmore Campus
The University offers a limited number of unfurnished efficiency apartments and furnished duplexes for graduate students. These are assigned according to the date of receipt of the housing application in conjunction with availability. Students who desire this type of housing should submit a request at the earliest possible date. Applications may be obtained from the Office of the Dean of Students (ext. 2166). A deposit equal to one month’s rent must be paid upon receipt of a housing assignment.
Intramural Sports – Wilmore Campus
The intramural program is open to all Asbury University students, faculty, and staff on the Wilmore campus, and their participation is encouraged in any or all of the activities provided. Activities offered for both men and women include basketball, flag football, soccer, softball, ultimate frisbee and volleyball. Special events include tug-o-war, corn hole, badminton tournaments, Waterpalooza, and other events open to students, faculty, staff, and community. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information.
International Student Support
International students meet regularly with the staff to answer questions regarding their student visa status and to ensure that they are maintaining compliance with U.S. regulations regarding international student study in the U.S. Individual support that is responsive to the specific needs of each international student is also provided to assist her or him in acquiring the knowledge and skills necessary to grow and develop personally and to be academically successful at the University. See asbury.edu/student-life/intercultural-programs or call ext. 2127 for additional information.
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