The Student Success Center offers academic support to help students stay on the right track. It can help connect them with tutoring, study groups, or supplemental instruction (especially for the more difficult courses).
Parents who are concerned about their student can contact the Dean of Student's office. The Early Alert Council is available to respond to students who may be struggling or who may be expressing at-risk behaviors.
The Safety & Security Office strives to create and maintain an environment conducive to the educational mission of the university. This is achieved through proactive educational programming, crime prevention, intervention, and increasing crime awareness among members of the university community.
Health Services is staffed by a registered nurse who provides care for students. These confidential services are free of charge. The nurse will assess the health needs of clients and make appropriate referrals whenever necessary.
St. Ambrose strictly prohibits all sexual misconduct and is committed to providing support to survivors of sexual assault and harassment, and domestic violence. The Sexual Assault Awareness Team (SAAT) can help survivors seek medical treatment and other resources, and learn more about their options for reporting the incident.
The SAAT also provides information about what to do in the case of sexual assault or abuse.
Not Alone was created by the federal government to provide information and assistance regarding efforts to prevent and respond to sexual assault.
The Counseling Center offers confidential and supportive individual and group counseling for students, faculty and staff, and can also refer individuals to other agencies or organizations as needed.
The Dean of Students Office offers information for parents on how to help students continue to make safe choices regarding alcohol and other substances during the school year.