The following resources are available to UNCP students:
Academic Resource Mentoring
Academic Resource Mentoring in the Center for Student Success supports the UNV 1100 course and provides mentoring to any student, addressing their unique academic concerns to guide them in achieving their personal academic goals; contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 910-775- 4391.
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) offers a range of clinical mental health options including individual, group and couples counseling. Learning disability and psychological assessment is available through appointment, we work closely with the Accessibility Resource Center to advocate for and support students’ academic success. We offer advocacy for survivors of sexual assault and those accused through both our Case Manager and our Sexual Assault Advocate. We have an Alcohol and Other Drug (AOD) specialist on staff to work with students struggling with issues of addiction. Chavis University Center, Room 243: (910) 521-6202
Interpersonal Violence Resources
Students who have been impacted by interpersonal violence (dating violence, domestic violence, stalking, and sexual assault) and are in danger should call Campus Police at x6235 or dial 911. Students needing immediate medical attention should go to the nearest ER. Students may also file a complaint with the university Title IX Coordinator. This complaint can be filed in person in the Health Sciences Building, Room 337, by phone (910) 521-6281, or by completing the reporting form. Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) provides students with confidential counseling and advocacy services free of charge. CAPS is located in the Brave Health Center and students may walk-in Monday through Friday from 9:00AM - 4:00PM to consult with a counselor. Students may also utilize the Southeastern Family Violence Center 24-hour crisis line by calling (910) 739-8622 or the Robeson County Rape Crisis line by calling (910) 739-6278.
Health Careers Access Program (NC-HCAP)
Located in Jacobs Hall Suite F, the Health Careers Access Program offers assistance to students seeking to be employed in healthcare through test preparation workshops, course tutoring, guidance during the application process for healthcare programs, job shadowing, internships, and advisement; contact email@example.com or 910-521-6673.
Resource Learning Lab
The Resource Learning Lab in the Center for Student Success offers 1) computer based, self-paced tutoring in basic writing skills, basic reading comprehension, and word problem dissection; 2) DVDs such as Note Taking, Critical Thinking, Problem-Solving and Time Management, which are free and available to all students; contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 910- 775-4393.
Striving Toward Academic Recovery (STAR)
The STAR program in the Center for Student Success is intended for students who are returning from an academic and/or financial aid suspension, assisting them to get back on track academically so that they can be successful at UNCP; contact email@example.com or 910-775-4395.
This federally-funded office provides eligible students with one-on-one and group tutoring, personal counseling, and assistance with applying for financial aid, in Jacobs Hall suites A and B; contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 910-521-6242.
The tutoring program of the Center for Student Success helps students achieve their academic goals by offering group or individual tutoring in all General Education and many upper-level courses. Students can sign up at Tutoring Program Sign-up or contact De-Wain Brown at email@example.com or 910-775-4408.
The University Writing Center
The University Writing Center, located in D.F. Lowry 308 and available online at www.uncp.edu/writing, is a peer-to-peer tutoring service where UNCP students can seek assistance with written assignments at any stage during the writing process, from brainstorming ideas to drafting, revising, and editing.