Career Services

Career Services is here to help students and alumni make career decisions, connect with employers, pursue further education, and develop their professional lives and goals.
We can help you with figuring out your career direction, developing your resume, finding a job or internship in your field, or even finding a part time job while you're in school.

For more information follow this link, or contact 207.992.4909

Disability Services

If you have specialized learning needs contact Disability Services to make an appointment with the Dean of Student Success to discuss your individual needs. We offer a range of learning accommodations and supports. Students must provide appropriate documentation of the disability and initiate contact to begin this process.

Contact 207.992.1934 or follow this link for more information. 

International Student Services

International students will find a full complement of support and advocacy services. Academic support such as tutoring and writing instruction, personal advising from a designated Student Success Advisor, Immigration and Visa Services, Orientation Programming, an International Student Association, Peer Mentors, Career Services, and Student Employment may all be accessed through the OASIS office.

For more information contact 207.992.1934

Learning Center

The Learning Center is a student-centered resource dedicated to providing tutoring for both general undergraduate classes and degree-specific courses. The Learning Center is staffed by both faculty and student tutors.
Tutoring services are available for:
anatomy and physiology
chemistry
math
physics
psychology
statistics
Spanish

Tutors are also available for degree-specific classes including criminal justice, physical therapy, nursing, pharmacy, and more.

For more information follow this link, or contact 207.973.1097

W. Tom and Bonnie Sawyer Library

The mission of the W. Tom and Bonnie Sawyer Library is to make available the informational resources that are most appropriate to the degree programs at Husson. We acquire resources suitable for introductory-level course work as well as advanced and professional-level scholarship. We also provide instruction in the use of these resources.

Sawyer Library is located on the second floor of Peabody Hall and is easily accessible from the residence halls. We maintain an environment in the library that is conducive to learning and research. When classes are in session the library is open seven days a week and is open until midnight five days a week.

Library resources can be accessed from anywhere on campus. Distance learners and students at the remote sites have access to all online resources, including electronic books and journals.

For more information on the W.Tom and Bonnie Sawyer Library, please follow this link.

Writing Center

The Writing Center is geared toward all things writing: composition, the creative process, grammar, style, perhaps even laying the groundwork for your "magnum opus." With help in evaluating your papers before they're submitted, you'll get the feedback you need and, quite probably, a better grade. Plus, it's just a neat place to hang out.

Throughout the term, the Writing Center holds informational workshops, such as how to use APA citation format.

For more information follow this link, or contact 207.973.1097

Chaplain Services

The Office of the Chaplain is committed to addressing the spiritual needs of all members of the Husson Community. Its mission is to foster an understanding and appreciation for the diverse religious and spiritual life on Husson's campus. We sponsor programs and events that encourage learning about various religious traditions and spiritual practices; offer noontime chapel experiences in Leonard Chapel; and collaborate with the greater Bangor religious community to connect students with local faith communities. In addition, the Office of the Chaplain sponsors retreats, concerts, and off-campus learning experiences. All faith traditions are encouraged and welcome to use Leonard Chapel, located in Peabody Hall.
Chaplain: Rev. Sarah Pringle-Lewis, MDiv, MS

For more information on the Chaplin Services, follow this link.

Counseling Services

Husson's Counseling Services Center assists students in their pursuit of success by helping students use their strengths and resources to overcome barriers and to develop new strategies to improve mood, relationships and performance. We also work with students with alcohol or substance abuse issues and help them make more responsible decisions. Students are eligible for free counseling services from our licensed mental health professionals. If you have any concerns about your student or want to better understand how we might help, please contact us.

Director: Joshua Lawrence, PhD
Counselors: Colleen Owens, LCPC, Cindy Small, LCSW

For more information on Counseling Services follow this link, stop by 214 Peabody Hall, or call 207.941.7981

Student Health Services

Husson's Student Health Center contributes to student success by keeping students and the campus healthy. Students are encouraged to seek health care at the Student Health Center for medical care (illness, infections, injuries, and more), prescription and over-the-counter medication, reproductive health, birth control, check-ups, lab services (blood tests), referrals (x-rays, ultrasounds, etc), and allergy shots. Consultations are free to students. The Health Center also conducts prevention and outreach programs which focus on campus wellness.

Nurse Practitioners: Laurie Eddy, MSN, FNP, Timothy Lentz, FNP

For more information on Student Health Services follow this link, stop by 101 Carlisle Hall, or call 207.941.7625