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Altshuler Learning Enhancement Center

Student Affairs Resources

Dean of Student Life
Hughes-Trigg 3rd Floor
Provides purposeful and innovative opportunities for learning, cultural appreciation, personal growth, values clarification, ethical behavior and skill development.

Hegi Family Career Development Center
Hughes-Trigg 2nd Floor

  • Unlimited and personalized one-on-one and group career counseling appointments
  • Career and major assessments
  • Internship and job opportunities for ALL MAJORs
  • An online network of over 600 SMU Alumni waiting to share their career tips and information

Center for the Prevention of Alcohol and Drug Abuse
Memorial Health Center 2nd Floor
The Center for Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention provides students with a confidential source of help when confronted with substance abuse or addiction issues.  The office promotes activities that focus campus attention on the problems of substance abuse.  Assessments, interventions, referrals, and short-term counseling as well as ongoing support for recovering students are available.

Counseling and Psychiatric Services (CAPS)
Memorial Health Center 2nd Floor
CAPS provides psychological and psychiatric evaluation and treatment.

New Student Orientation and Student Support
Hughes-Trigg 3rd floor
NSO&SS provides ongoing programs and services that support new students and families in transition to SMU.

Residence Life and Student Housing (RLSH)
Boaz Hall
RLSH creates residential communities that empower residents to value learning, citizenship, and leadership.
Resources for on-campus residents include:
Academic Resident Assistants (ARAs)
Resident Assistants (RAs)
Hall Directors

Student Activities and Multicultural Student Affairs (SAMSA)
Hughes-Trigg 3rd Floor
SAMSA advises students in their development through educational, cultural, and fun co-curricular experiences.