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Family housing is available in Schilletter Village. SV is typically available to any student who is married or in a domestic partner relationship and/or has custody/visitation rights for dependent children; the student's spouse/domestic partner and/or dependent children.
The mission of the Dean of Students Office is to enhance the quality of life of Iowa State University students by supporting the university's commitment to the academic success and holistic development of each individual student. When you are unsure where to go for help or when the unexpected occurs in your life, the staff in Student Assistance and Outreach is available to provide support and information about university resources.
The Margaret Sloss Women's Center strives to create possibilities for women to envision and engage in a life that maximizes their potentials. The Margaret Sloss Women's Center advocates for individuals and provides support to all students, staff, and faculty at Iowa State University. The MSWC staff is here to listen and provide resources and referrals. The Margaret Sloss Women's Center administers four scholarships for adult or non-traditional students with some scholarships giving single mothers preference. These scholarships were created to motivate and reward adult students striving to reach their dreams!
The SCS is a unit within the Division of Student Affairs. They are a primary mental health agency for students on the Iowa State University Campus. There is no cost to the student for counseling at SCS. Counseling is an interactive process of talking with a trained professional. Sometimes the task is to help you see and feel more clearly those things which are preventing you from reaching your potential. Then together you can identify and practice new strategies to reduce the barriers to your progress. Your counselor is a neutral and experienced person who will not judge or pressure you but will work with you to move toward the goals that are important to you.
The Student Job Board offers a way for students to search for jobs that employers have posted. The job board classifies jobs into several types of student employment: On-campus, Off-campus, Federal and State Work-Study and Undergraduate Research Assistant Program.
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