Center for Academic Support
Provides resources to students that focus on individual needs with an emphasis on academic success, such as scheduling, accommodations or accessibility, homesickness, roommate troubles, tutoring, and advising.
College of Nursing Student Services
Helps with housing, career services, co-curricular involvement, recreational opportunities, parking, or other concerns.
Offers support to students living off-campus by providing lockers, a commuter lounge, monthly commuter break events, newsletters, and more.
Personal counseling services are FREE to all students and are designed to enhance the quality of your university experience. AU provides personal, social, academic or career counseling, and related services, to further address a variety of students’ needs.
Emotional Wellness Resources
Provides a list of emotional wellness resources available to students through the university, as well as other services provided in the area and nationally.
Graduate, Online and Adult Center for Academic Support
Assists students in the development of meaningful educational plans that are consistent with their needs and abilities.
Provides technological support to Ashland University students, faculty, and staff members.
Offers a variety of services including borrowing, research help, finding books and materials, access to databases and online resources, printing, computers, copy/fax machine access, study rooms, and more.
Office of Veteran Services
Supports all current and former members of the United States Armed Forces and their families through exceptional programming and advocacy throughout their tenure as students and beyond.
Student Accessibility Center
Collaborates with eligible students in the coordination of accommodations to ensure equal access to education and university life. Resources can include academic, classroom and temporary accommodations.
Supports both faculty instruction and student learning in various content areas using both traditional and advanced methods, including online tutoring.
Assists students in developing writing skills in response to assignments from all disciplines. Students can collaborate with a Writing Assistant (WA) by appointment, work privately on a paper, or meet in small groups with a professor or WA.