Access Office--located in Farber Hall: http://www.valdosta.edu/student/disability/ responsible for providing equal services for all students, such as: tutoring,faculty liaison, technology services, testing modifications, sign language interpreting, note taking services, campus accessibility, and priority registration.
Adult & Military Programs--located in Nevins Hall room 2060 http://www.valdosta.edu/amp/ provides support and services to “non-traditional” students
Career Services--located in Powell Hall: http://www.valdosta.edu/student/student-services/career-services/ provides: career development, career awareness, experiential learning, and student employment opportunities.
Counseling Services--located in Powell Hall: http://www.valdosta.edu/student/student-services/counseling-center/ provides Mental Health Services
Financial Aid--located in the University Center: http://www.valdosta.edu/finan/ provides information to help ease the financial burdens of receiving a college education, nformation, regarding loans, grants, FASFA, HOPE and scholarships
Odum Library--located on main campus: http://ww2.valdosta.edu/library/ provides many wonderful resources: journal articles for research, anywhere access to journal databases through GalileoGIL- book findLive Chat & research appointments with a reference librarianMuch more.
Registrar's Office--located in the University Center entrance: http://www.valdosta.edu/registrar/ can help with registering, dropping /adding classes, and requesting transcripts
Student Success Center--located in Langdale Hall: http://www.valdosta.edu/ssc/ provides tutoring, advising workshops, and campus job opportunities. Appointments can be made online or in person
Testing Center--located in Powell Hall East: http://www.valdosta.edu/testing/ responsible for: standardized undergraduate & graduate college admission & placement tests and Various professionals for certification purposes.