Additional Campus Accessibility Resources
Read and Write by Texthelp
NDSCS provides Read and Write, a toolbar used for screen reading as well as research and organization. You can download Read and Write by Texthelp by using the link below.
For information regarding handicapped parking, handicapped parking permits and/or temporary handicapped parking permits, contact the Campus Police Department at 701-671-2233 located in the Hektner Student Center.
Individual Counseling and Therapy
NDSCS Counseling Services is dedicated to promoting the wellness and potential of the individual by offering services in a supportive, confidential and inclusive environment.
NDSCS provides individual, counseling, and family counseling at no cost to the student. NDSCS also provides medication management services in cooperation with Essentia Health. To access this service, first make an appointment with Vince Plummer.
- Riley Hall 113
- Vincent Plummer, Counselor 701-671-2319
NDSCS-Fargo Counseling Services
NDSCS has collaborated with NDSU Community Counseling Services to offer free personal counseling services to NDSCS-Fargo students, conveniently located across the street from NDSCS-Fargo at 1919 N. University Drive, Suite C, Fargo, ND 58108.
To set up an appointment to access NDSU Community Counseling Services, contact:
Sara Mack, NDSCS Academic & Career Counselor
Student Health Services
NDSCS student health services provides confidential consultation for the treatment of illnesses, minor injuries, and other medical conditions in addition to other services.
- Riley Hall 113
- Student Health and Counseling Services Clinic Coordinator 701-671-2286
- Melanie Herding, Campus RN 701-671-2286
Academic and Career Counseling
Academic and career exploration and planning, occupational information resources, career interest assessment, etc. Contact the Student Success Center 701-671-3000 to schedule with an academic or career counselor.
NDSCS Student Advocate
The Student Advocate supports students through collaboratively providing education, support, compliance and programming related to equity, diversity and sexual discrimination/misconduct. Additionally, the Student Advocate also serves as a resource for students regarding other non-academic complaints or concerns.
Old Main 110A, 701-671-2541 NDSCS.StudentAdvocate@ndscs.edu
A representative for Vocational Rehabilitation comes to NDSCS Wahpeton weekly. Call 1-800-755-2745 for an appointment.