The Library Learning Commons has an excellent line-up planned for the Spring 2017 Graves Lecture Series. Charith Kapukotuwa will kick off the series at 6 PM on Tuesday, February 21st. Kapukotuwa, Assistant Coordinator for the Office of International Education, will describe his native country of Sri Lanka and other countries […]
With the assistance of the Mari Sandoz High Plains Heritage Center, more than a dozen prints have recently been added to the LLC Rotating Art Gallery. These prints are part of the Great Plains Ecotourism Coalition that were designed to market the organization and also to spread the word about […]
During the academic year the library employs 12-15 student workers to help keep everything running smoothly. Our student assistants are critical and valuable members of the library staff and are a great boon to the functioning of the day-to day operations – especially when the library is open extended hours. […]
The Library Learning Commons is a student-centered, student-driven environment. Our primary goal is to provide our students with the necessary tools they need to attain academic success. To understand how our students utilize our resources and to anticipate their changing needs, we carefully listen to comments and suggestions voiced by […]
The Library Learning Commons has a new Director of Transitional Studies, Tamara Toomey. Prior to becoming the Director of Transitional Studies, Ms. Toomey worked in the CSC START Office as an Academic Advisor. While working as an Academic Advisor, Ms. Toomey was asked what her dream job would be. Her […]
The Learning Center has a new Project Coordinator, Leah Reed. Ms. Reed comes to Chadron State College with an extensive background in school psychology. As a school psychologist, one of her main responsibilities was to work with a team of service providers to implement and coordinate academic support for students. […]
Over the past three years, the Library Learning Commons (LLC) has undergone significant changes which necessitated the need for accurate floor plans and office signage. After the floor plans were updated and approved, new signage was ordered and subsequently installed in the LLC.
The Career Services Department provides Chadron State College students and alumni with a variety of services both during and after their tenure as a college student. Some of the primary services they offer include:
The Transitional Studies Program prepares students for success in entry-level college courses and beyond. Students are eligible to join the program based on their ACT/SAT scores. The ACT/SAT scores indicate what type of additional assistance is needed. Once this is identified, Transitional Studies custom builds the students’ course schedules.
The Information Technology Help Desk is the first point of contact for all information technology questions and support. The IT Help Desk offers a wide range of services to promote student success and to meet the needs of Chadron State faculty and staff.