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Turley Center

Office of Accessibility Services

The primary mission of the Office of Accessibility Services at Fairmont State University is to provide leadership and facilitate equal access in all institutional opportunities for students who have disabilities, so that they may achieve their academic, personal and professional goals. To accomplish this mission, the Office of Accessibility Services:

  • provides institution-wide advisement, consultation, and training on disability-related topics like legal and regulatory compliance, universal design, and disability scholarship
  • collaborates with students, instructors, staff, and administrators on removing barriers and fostering an all-inclusive campus that offers diverse, usable, and equitable learning environments 
  • facilitates academic accommodations and provides individual services for students with disabilities 

Career Development Center

The Encova Career Development Center is dedicated to the students of Fairmont State University providing resources and assisting in developing their path to contribute to a global society. 

Hardway Hall

Lead Center -Tutoring

The LEAD Center connects Fairmont State University students with trained tutors and resources to enrich their education and become independent, confident learners.

Located on the second floor of the library, The LEAD Center is in a central campus location and a perfect support to studying sessions. We offer a variety of resources to students, including peer and professional tutoring, workshops, peer mentoring, and more. If you have a question, we will either answer it or direct you to someone who can

Health Services

STUDENT HEALTH SERVICES ensures all students have convenient and equal access to timely, high quality, affordable services regardless of age; gender identity; marital status; race/ethnicity; religious, spiritual, or cultural identity; sexual orientation; socioeconomic status; disability; and veteran status. 

Health Services
Information Technology

Information Technology Commons

Information technology services will be recognized as a high performing team, providing accurate information, reliable technology, quality services, support and training. We strive to advance technology, enable research, enrich the student experience, empower staff to provide exceptional service, and protect institutional data. In this capacity we will advance the University’s mission to educate global leaders.