All offices in Turley Student Services Center are open:
8:00am – 5:30pm
Tuesday - Friday
8:00am – 4:00pm
Vital service departments are housed in the Turley Student Services Center. Their staff members help students stay on track, up to date and aware of deadlines to succeed at Fairmont State University.
The following departments, housed in the Turley Student Services Center, work in coordination to serve our most valuable client – our students:
Student Services oversee a number of areas that are crucial to student success. Staff members will assist you with:
The Fairmont State Registrar is the primary source for academic information like:
Registrar information can always be obtained in the central location of the Turley Student Services Center. Student Services utilizes the web and myCampus to provide links to the information above and important forms you may need throughout your academic career at Fairmont State University.
Additional Turley Student Services Center departments include:
Our recruiters spend their time highlighting what’s best about Fairmont State and informing potential students of the academic programs, social organizations and even extracurricular activities meet their needs to choose and graduate from FSU.
The Brickstreet Career Development Center staff members manage career services and civic engagement. They prepare students to apply for jobs. They match employers with potential employees who’ve become career ready at Fairmont State. Civic Engagement opportunities to get students involved in their community are organized in the center. And, students who are seeking job opportunities on campus while taking classes can turn to the Career Development Center.
International Student Services staff members organize advising, tutoring, health services and more for our diverse student population. Goals include supporting international education, welcoming and assisting international students and arranging study abroad for native students.
The Office of Retention coordinates strategic programs, initatives, and outreach efforts, all designed to support student transition, persistence, and success. Retention staff recognize that student success is defined in a number of ways and attempts to address all aspects of college student development (academic, social, personal, etc.). The work of the Retention Team can be categorized into three distinct, interconnected realms: The First Year Experience, Parent and Family Programs and Student Progress and Success Initiatives.
The Fairmont State University Honors program exists for students who want the additional challenge of courses designed to deepen and expand intellectual growth. Honors students participate in academic and social events where critical thinking is encourage and expected. The lab is a place for students to meet to complete additional work and consult with Honors program organizers and fellow Honor students.
Through the Disability Services Center, students can seek specific services and academic accommodations. The staff members work to remove barriers that could stand in the way of a student’s success. They open doors to give students access to test proctoring and electronic books. Disability Services Center workers bridge communication between instructors and students to create a comfortable learning environment.
The mission of the Fairmont State University Counseling Center is to assist and support students who encounter social-emotional barriers to defining and achieving personal and academic goals. Services include offering information on alcohol and drug abuse, sexual harassment, stress management, test anxiety, LGBTQA resources and more.