The Center for Student Success has merged several existing student support offices to provide a central environment of support to help our students navigate their journey toward academic achievement. This journey will begin with testing, assessment, and advisement and will continue through accommodation, remediation, and follow-up services and programs. Our combined efforts will increase retention and enrollment and student success from their initial entry on the Dothan Campus to their graduation.
Office of Student Development
This office consists of Disability Services, Personal Counseling, Conditional and Undeclared Programs, Career Services and Testing. For more information about the department, visit Malone 120 or contact the Director, Sandra Hatfield-Sauls, LPC, email@example.com, 334-983-6556 x21221.
Follow the Center on Facebook and Instagram! @troyudothancss
In Disability Services, we provide information about academic accommodations for Dothan Campus students with physical, psychological, and learning disabilities in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act and Section 504. For more information, contact Rebecca Johnson, firstname.lastname@example.org, 334-983-6556, ext. 21230.
Student counseling services are available to currently registered Troy University, Dothan Campus students. We want your academic experience to be as positive and enriching as possible and recognize the needs of the non-traditional, as well as the traditional student. This program has been developed to assist students with difficulties that may arise during their college career and issues affecting their educational goals. Services are free and sessions generally last 50 minutes or less. All services are provided on a voluntary basis, and it remains the student’s decision whether or not to seek services. Information shared in counseling will be treated with strict confidentiality. Students are seen on an appointment basis, and the Student Counselor is available only during University hours which are as follows: Monday-Thursday, 8:00 am-5:30 P.M., Friday, 8:00 am-12:00 P.M. Contact Joanne Krist, email@example.com, 334-983-6556, ext. 21223, to leave a message for the Student Counselor.
Conditional and Undeclared Program
The Conditional Program provides academic guidance and development of academic skills for students conditionally admitted to the university. All conditional students will be advised by Rebecca Johnson,firstname.lastname@example.org, 334-983-6556, ext. 21230.
The Undeclared Program provides academic guidance and degree plan development for students that are unsure of their major or career path. All undeclared major students will be advised by Rebecca Johnson, email@example.com, 334-983-6556, ext. 21230.
Career Services and Testing
Career Services helps students pursue work experience opportunities during their student years as well as prepare for entry into their chosen professions following graduation. The office assists with resume development, maintains a database of available local jobs, hosts career fairs, and helps connect employers with our students and alumni. For more information, contact Sandra Hatfield-Sauls, firstname.lastname@example.org, 334-983-6556, ext. 21221.
The Testing Lab is available for students who need to take the Accuplacer Exam placement test to determine the appropriate starting level in math and English. This exam is usually taken during the designated registration days. The MAT, DSST, ACT, CLEP, Proficiency Profile Exam and other proctored exams are also administered through the testing lab. For more information, contact Janice LeCroy, email@example.com, 334-983-6556, ext. 21286. The testing lab is now located in Malone 111.