Campus Resources and Support Services
We want you to be aware of the many campus resources and support services available to you as you navigate your college experience. The college remains committed to helping you stay connected and supported to meet your personal, academic, and career goals.
Below is a list of campus resources and support services. Some of these services will be offered in-person and others will be online or remote. The list is a quick overview of the resources available, and we encourage you to also visit the specific office's website for up-to-date information on office hours and to email or call with any questions you may have.
For information on campus building hours, visit the Building Hours website.
Student Center – 754 S. Wabash Ave.
The Student Center has a fitness center, meeting rooms, a cafe, and much more. There are also resources, such as the Career Center, Makerspace, and the Student Organization and Leadership Office. Please visit studentcenter.colum.edu for more information or email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Columbia Library – 624 S. Michigan Ave.
The Columbia Library offers many virtual services and resources for students to address any research needs, and assist students needing access to a computer in order to participate in an online course meeting. Assistance is available via chat on this website or by email at email@example.com. The library can provide access to many e-books, streaming media, research guides, as well as College Archives and Special Collections. Visit the website and schedule an online chat to learn more.
Museum of Contemporary Photography - 600 S. Michigan Ave.
Prior to visiting, you must reserve a ticket. Please visit mocp.org for more information on hours and ticket reservations.
Digital Print Center – 623 S. Wabash Ave.
To submit orders online or make an appointment, visit the DPC website.
ShopColumbia - 619 S. Wabash Ave.
Visit shop.colum.edu for opening hours.
Barnes and Noble Campus Bookstore – 624 S. Michigan Ave.
Visit the Campus Bookstore website for opening hours.
Technology Support for Remote Learning
If you need technology support, visit this website for a list resources and to assist with accessing Office 365, finding your classes on Canvas, requesting technical support, and many other technology-based questions. In addition to this website, you can also email firstname.lastname@example.org, call 312-369-7001, or submit a ticket on Team Dynamix for tech-support.
If you have questions or need support with financial or enrollment services, visit this website for hours and more information. Most Columbia Central services will be offered remotely, however, students can make an appointment for in-person support. Check the website for more information.
Academic Services and Advising
If you need support with the registration process, declaring your major, or understanding your graduation requirements, make sure you are in regular contact with your assigned academic advisor. View this website to learn more about Academic Advising, Student Persistence, TRIO, and Academic Coaching. During the fall semester, advising appointments will primarily be remote, but there will be some in-person support as well. Check the website for details, email email@example.com, or call 312-369-7645 for more information.
Services for Students with Disabilities
The Services for Students with Disabilities (SSD) Office coordinates support services for students with temporary or permanent disabilities. Staff members also assist in providing equal access to successful educational experiences at Columbia College Chicago. To contact the SSD staff, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 312-369-8296, or visit this website for more information.
Counseling Services continues to support students remotely. Students can make appointments and talk to therapists via email, phone, and now a secure telehealth platform. On-call therapists are available during regular business hours, and Counseling Services continues to update this website with resources and tips for coping. To contact Counseling Services, email email@example.com or call 312-369-8700 for support.
In collaboration with Counseling Services and Academic Affairs, Student Relations is available to provide therapeutic support as well as address a variety of challenges which can impact student success. Student Relations can help students make connections with support services, and many staff and faculty will refer students to Student Relations for assistance. To contact Student Relations directly, call 312-369-8595, and if necessary, leave a voicemail with your contact information and your call will be returned as soon as possible.
Student Health Center
During the fall semester, the Student Health Center will remain open by appointment at 916 S. Wabash. Unfortunately, walk-in visits are not an option at this time, but telemedicine is available by phone. To make an appointment, please call 312-369-6830. The receptionist will answer or return calls promptly, and please be prepared to answer several questions before an office visit is scheduled.
The Career Center
If you need career advising, internship support, student employment, or general career guidance, you should work directly with the professionals in our Career Center. Please use this website to learn more about all our career services. You should also check them out on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter @ColumCareer for updates, ideas, and virtual events. Students are encouraged to contact the Career Center directly by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Academic Center for Tutoring (ACT)
To make an appointment for tutoring, email email@example.com or visit this website for more details and information.
If you have questions about any of these services, or other campus resources not listed in this email, do not hesitate to email firstname.lastname@example.org and they will be happy to support you and make a campus connection.