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Student Services

Empowering You!

Your MCLA experience is designed to challenge you—but we’re here to help. MCLA offers plenty of resources designed to empower you to make the most of your time here, from academic support to career preparation.

ACADEMIC SUPPORT

Our Center for Student Success and Engagement will help you with academics, career planning, study away, supplemental instruction, writing and math help, and more.

Career Services

You can count on the Career Services office to help with networking, resume reviews, entrance exam prep, internships, grad school applications, and more.

Health Services

The Office of Student Health Services, located on the first floor of the MountainOne Student Wellness Center, provides health care for students. The clinical staff includes Nurse Practitioners, Registered Nurses, a Physician and an Office Manager.

COUNSELING SERVICES

Counseling Services offers a range of services including individual and couples counseling, crisis intervention, outreach workshops and educational programming, psychiatric treatment, consultation to faculty, staff, parents, and students, and off-campus referrals.

DISABILITY RESOURCES

The Disability Resource Office provides eligible students with individual support services, tailored to each student with a documented disability.

Veteran Resources

We’re committed to helping veteran students adjust to academic life. Learn more about MCLA’s Veterans Resource Center.

Commuter Services

You don’t have to live on campus to be part of the MCLA community! There are plenty of ways to be involved as a commuter student—feel free to kick back in the Commuter Lounge, too.

CIVIC ENGAGEMENT

Become a well-rounded, global citizen and help the greater North Adams community—there are many volunteer and service learning opportunities waiting here for you.

Center for Student Success and EngagemenT (CSSE)

CSSE provides many resources to help students excel, both in and out of the classroom: academic advising, peer-led academic support, resources for students with disabilities, career services, and advising for students who are exploring different major choices.

See Yourself at MCLA

Bianca Lascase ’21 created an after-school program for local middle school girls through MCLA’s Volunteer Center . It’s still going strong.

Girls in the Berkshires
You should keep being who you are and embracing that individuality. We need more people in this world like that.
Bianca Lascase ’21