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Student Services & Resources

As a division of the University, we do not list all of the student services and resources offered by the University (of which there are more than 200). The information on this website is described in relation to the programs and courses offered through the Division of Continuing Education as a Department, not the University as a whole, and is applicable to courses offered through CSU OnlinePlus.

Key services for OnlinePlus students:

In addition to the services and resources listed above, the following services may also be helpful:

  • Writing@CSU and the Writing Center
    Online writing resources and tools to help you improve your writing and provide feedback on your drafts.
  • CSU Career Center
    Offers services and resources including resume development, career counseling, and employment search help.
  • Student ID Card (RamCard)
    All students enrolled in academic credit courses are eligible for a University ID card.
  • Resources for Disabled Students
    Support services for students with physical or functional limitations due to visual, hearing, learning or mobility disabilities. All OnlinePlus course locations are handicap accessible.
  • Office of International Programs
    Services for potential and visiting foreign students and scholars including Intensive English courses, study abroad, and immigration and visa resources.
  • Adult Learner and Veteran Services
    Information, support, and resources for nontraditional and off-campus students including off-campus housing, transition to University life, activities, and referral services.
  • Hartshorn Health Services
    Provides physicians and services for on-campus students taking at least one credit and optional health insurance for on-campus students taking a minimum of six credits. Students must pay the semester health fee to use these services.
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