Crites Hall room 011
Phone: 308-432-6232 (Health Services)
Chadron State College offers free and confidential counseling services to all students. Counseling Services is located with CSC’s Student Health Services in Crites Hall. Licensed counselors are available to help you with the everyday problems of college life (relationships, homesickness, stress, etc.) as well as more urgent situations.
Students can make an appointment for counseling by calling the Health Services office at 308-432-6232 or Jerry Cassiday, Licensed Student Counselor, directly at 308-432-6268. Counseling sessions usually last about 50 minutes. Students are welcome to drop in for counseling but must understand that the counselor might not be available because of scheduled appointments.
CSC Counseling Services also include a graduate intern, who is supervised by Mr. Cassiday; a part-time licensed counselor; and a psychologist under contract for a few hours each week.
CSC counselors are equipped to help students with a wide range of problems including, but not limited to:
Counseling can also help:
In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Section #504 of the Rehabilitation Act, the Disability Services Contact Person coordinates CSC’s efforts to provide full access to educational, cultural and other programs sponsored by the college for any differently-abled, qualified student.* This includes, but is not limited to: individuals with low vision/blindness, hearing deficits, Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) or other head injuries, emotional or mental illness, and individuals with specific learning disabilities. This is not an exhaustive list as there are other conditions that can constitute a disability.
CSC is committed to providing and assuring an accessible learning environment to all students. For questions regarding Disability Services or to apply for accommodations, please contact Jerry Cassiday the CSC Disability Services Contact Person. (Office: Crites Hall 011, Phone: 308-432-6268, Email: email@example.com) From mid-May to mid-August, please direct inquires to Pat Beu, Senior Director of Student Affairs. (Office: Crites Hall 337, Phone: 308-432-6280, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org).
*Section 504 defines a ‘qualified student’ as a student with a disability who meets the academic and technical standards requisite for admission or participation in the institution's educational program or activity.
There are various factors involved in determining a student's eligibility. To receive services and accommodations at CSC or to get information regarding eligibility for services, a student must notify the institution's Disability Services Contact Person and initiate the process for determining eligibility for accommodations.
Chadron State College has the right to deny any request for accommodations, academic adjustments, and/or auxiliary services if the documentation demonstrates that they are not warranted, or if a student fails to provide appropriate documentation.
The cost of obtaining documentation is the responsibility of the student. If the initial documentation is incomplete or inadequate to determine the presence of a disability and reasonable accommodations, CSC has the discretion to require additional documentation, which cost is also the responsibility of the student.
Timelines: A student may apply for accommodations at any point in the semester, but such accommodations may not be applied to coursework retroactively. Therefore, for students who wish to seek accommodations, we encourage them to contact the Disability Services Contact Person before classes start or as soon as possible after diagnosis.
General services for students with disabilities include: academic counseling, consulting with faculty regarding educational needs of students, community referrals, information on community resources, assistance with arranging tutoring, and evaluating assessments and other documentation to determine reasonable accommodations, and other general guidance that may help promote student success.
The purpose of accommodations is to allow the student to demonstrate his or her knowledge of the subject matter rather than measure the disability. Accommodations are not provided to lower program and/or class standards, but to “level the playing field” and prevent intentional or unintentional discrimination against persons with disabilities. The College has the right to maintain its academic requirements and standards.
Differently-abled students have the following rights and responsibilities: