Student Development consists of residence life, campus ministries, leadership development, health services, career services, center for counseling, and student success and intercultural programs.
The Residence Life program is an integral part of student life at Asbury University. Under the direction of professional Resident Directors (RD), the Residence Life staff plans educational, spiritual and social programs; provides guidance; and works toward maintaining a safe and healthy community that is conducive to student development.
For more information, call (859) 858-3511, ext. 2115.
The Office of Campus Ministries is committed to equipping students for ministry and service on and away from campus. On campus (InReach Ministry), students can be involved in peer ministry as discipleship leaders, spiritual life assistants (chaplains) and spiritual life coordinators. Off campus (Outreach Ministry), there are many opportunities for mission trips abroad, as well as weekend and summer ministry teams.
For more information, call (859) 858-3511, ext. 2200.
The Office of Leadership Development is invested in developing the leadership skills of our students. Focused on providing challenge and support, the leadership development program and activities are designed to stretch our students and to have an impact on the local community. Developing "Servant-Leaders" who can impact their world for Jesus Christ is key. This area includes an adventure program, leadership workshops and experiencial education.
For more information, call (859) 858-3511, ext. 2117.
The Student Health Service offers free nurse and doctor visits to full-time students, and most medications, treatments and immunizations at a substantially reduced price.
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Center for Counseling
At the Center for Counseling, current students can find caring, professional, confidential support when needed - at no charge for most services. The Center for Counseling also offers workshops for engaged couples and forums and seminars on eating disorders, depression and many other topics.
For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call (859) 858-3511, ext. 2323.
Center for Career and Calling
The Center for Career and Calling wants to help you discover your calling in life, learning the skills to excel in your field. Explore your options. Find out what careers fit your interests. Polish your resumé skills. Study for the GRE. Or find an internship that will help you determine what major you should choose.
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Student Success and Intercultural Programs
The Office of Student Success and Intercultural Programs provides students the opportunity to make the university transition a smooth one. This office is responsible for new student orientation, intercultural new student orientation, our TAG (Transition and Guidance) program, as well as Gen 120 and StrengthsQuest.
For more information, call (859) 858-3511, ext. 2127.