Student Resources

Student Resources

Your Connection

Your student portal that includes:  course registration, transfer credit evaluation, academic advisor information, etc


Degree Works

This tool will help you monitor progress toward degree completion by outlining degree requirements.  The tool includes a "what if" analysis and GPA calculator. 

Disabilities Support Services

Coordinates services essential to providing students with disabilities (learning, physical, or mental) equal access. 

  • Located on the 4th floor of Reed Library, in the Learning Center

Learning Center

Drop in tutoring and writing assistance available. 

  • Located on the 4th floor of Reed Library
  •  Tutoring schedule is available online

Counseling Center

For mental health support, the Counseling Center offers free, confidential services, private and individualized services ( For an appointment, please call 716-673-3424 or stop by the office in LoGrasso Hall 8:30-5:00 M-F. Walk-in services are also available - no appointment necessary - first come first serve - Monday-Friday 1:00-4:00pm when classes are in session. 

Another option for support is "Let's Talk" - a drop-in service in the Intercultural Center that offers informal, no-commitment consultation with a Fredonia counselor.

You can stop by the Let’s Talk office in the Intercultural Center (first floor – Thompson Hall) to speak with a counselor about concerns, get help problem-solving, and learn more about counseling services at the Fredonia Counseling Center and other resources available to you at Fredonia. For current Let's Talk hours, visit:   


During Working Hours: 

  • In the event of an emergency requiring medical assistance, call University Police 716-673-3333. 

  • Contact the Counseling Center directly by either calling 716-673-3424 or by going directly to the office located in LoGrasso Hall.

  • When students come to the Counseling Center in crisis, they should make the secretary aware that they require immediate and/or same-day assistance

After Hours: 

  • Students can contact the Chautauqua County Crisis Hotline (1-800-724-0461) for after hours mental health emergencies that require a response by mental health professionals. 

  • Students living on campus may notify their Resident Advisor (RA) or Resident Director (RD) of the crisis, who may then decide to engage emergency services. (Contact Residence Life)

  • In the event of an emergency that requires assistance from the police, students should call University Police at 716-673-3333.

Other supportive resources:

  • Suicide Prevention Lifeline (1-800-273-8255 or see for a chat option). 

  • Text HOME to 741741 for free 24/7 crisis support in the US 

  • Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault (1-800-252-8748)

  • Non-Crisis Peer Support daily 5pm-11pm Warm Line Call: 1-877-426-4373 Text: 716-392-0252

Career Development Office

Assistance with career and major choices, internship opportunities, Job search skills, and resume building

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