Career Development Center offers services, programs, and resources such as the WarriorCareers Network that help you explore future career options as well as prepare for and secure internships and full-time employment. Students may schedule appointments for one-on-one personalized help as well as work on resume writing and interview preparation.
Department of Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) offers a range of counseling services designed to enhance the educational, vocational, personal, social and emotional well-being of students at East Stroudsburg University. The professional staff at CAPS can help you gain the self-knowledge and skills you need to get the most out of life and your experience at the university. Individuals can discuss a wide range of concerns including: depression, anxiety, family issues, relationship problems, Career decisions, academic difficulties, loneliness, problems with eating, alcohol, drugs, and other issues. Students can call to make appointments, and faculty/staff can call to ask for support with helping students.
Financial Aid Office offers information and answers questions about students' financial aid. Both students and advisors can learn important financial aid information from their website.
Academic Enrichment & Learning offers a number of programs that assists student with achieving their academic goals. The Tutoring Program provides FREE tutoring for all undergraduate students. The Advising Program assists Exploratory Studies students (students who have not declared a major), Interdisciplinary Studies students (students who create an individualized program of study by integrating two or three areas of study), and students who fall below a 2.0 GPA through the ACHIEVE program. The program also offers university wide advising during the winter and summer sessions. The Early Start Program provides a summer bridge experience to help students get a head start on college. The Peer Mentor Program provides assistance with college transition skills and development of academic skills through the First Year Experience program. Academic Coaching helps students improve their performance levels by assisting them in academic skill development and personal development. The STAR Program provides comprehensive support services to incoming freshman to assist them in their transition to college through academic, social, and personal counseling and advising.
Commuter Student Services provides tangible ways for students to be involved in ongoing programming, as well as learn how to improve resources and services that are available to commuters. The university offers commuters a lounge, free lockers, and a Commuters Council.
Gender and Sexuality Center (GSC) has been established to provide dynamic programming, resources, and services to the students, faculty, and staff of East Stroudsburg University. The Center provides students with a space to relax, socialize, or study with one another in a safe and friendly environment.
Office of Accessible Services Individualized for Students (OASIS) OASIS is responsible for the administration of ESU's commitment to equal access and full participation for all students who have documented disabilities or medical conditions, in academic areas and other programs sponsored by the University. OASIS advocates for students with disabilities; coordinates academic and housing accommodations; and connects students with appropriate resources both on and off campus.
Office of International Programs provides assistance to international students studying at ESU and ESU students who wish to study abroad. Our goal is to help students to lead and succeed in a global society and to promote diversity in the campus community.
Center for Multicultural Affairs and Inclusive Education (CMAIE) serves as an advocate and resource for students from diverse cultural backgrounds and coordinates the activities for student organizations representing the interests of these underrepresented groups.
Sexual Harassment and Sexual Violence is treated seriously at ESU because we are committed to maintaining a safe and healthy educational and work environment in which no member of the university community is, on the basis of sex, excluded from participation in, denied the benefits of, or subjected to discrimination in any university program or activity. Students should know that all faculty must report to the Deputy Title IX Coordinator any incidents of sexual misconduct (unless they were noted during a classroom discussion, in a writing assignment for a class, or as part of a University-approved research project).
ESU’s Official Athletic Site offers programs and services for student athletes, such as mentoring, tutoring, awards, and leadership opportunities. Both students and advisors can find useful information and contacts here to help student athletes flourish at ESU.
Veterans Affairs helps vets with their GI benefits, offers a veterans' support group, and has a veterans' lounge. The Veterans Representative will also help faculty to advise their veteran students.
Wellness Education & Prevention provides education, awareness and prevention services regarding responsible student decision-making towards health, wellness and safety.