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Tutoring

College course work can be challenging. Sometimes you may need extra help with understanding textbook material and course concepts. Academic Success Programs offers tutoring to help you strengthen your skills and ultimately improve your classroom performance. Our tutors are available to help with most General Education courses.
Some of The Reasons You Should Consider Taking Advantage of Tutoring:
You are struggling with a particular course concept.
You are performing poorly on assignments.
You need a second opinion.
You need a refresher on essential skills and knowledge needed for a specific course.
You want to improve your classroom performance.
You have an upcoming test and want to ensure you understand the material.
You want to improve your grade in the course.
You want insight from a student who has "been there, done that" and passed the class.
You just need help for any reason!

 

 Alcohol and Drug Counseling
The Office of Alcohol & Other Drug Services (AODS) is a multidimensional resource for students, faculty, staff, and members of the larger Sias University community, offering a wide range of programs and services aimed at reducing the negative consequences associated with heavy, episodic drinking and substance abuse.  AODS collaborates with students and staff throughout the University to create a comprehensive program focused on the health and safety of SIAS students.

 

Career Service
You've started your college career to ultimately land the job of your dreams. Let Career Services help connect you with professionals in your desired career field. Utilize our resources to keep up with industry trends in the job market and stay ahead of the competition.

Let Career Services help you:
Explore your options - Gain insight on choosing the right major for your desired career path.

Get prepared - Perfect your resume, practice your interviewing skills, and gain professional experience.

Find a job - Find information on employers and search part-time and full-time job opportunities.

 

Center for Student Involvement
Get Informed, Get Inspired, Get Intouch, Get Involved!
Why Should I get Involved? How?
Start Here!
Did you know that involved students are more satisfied with their college experiences than those who aren't?
It's often the experiences you gain in co-curricular involvement that last a lifetime and best prepares you for your future. Get involved in other aspects of college life! It's more important than you may realize!
Dude, Seriously...
Get Informed!
CSI is home to Diversity Affairs, Greek Life, and Special Events/Encore Series, and provides all Student Organizations help and services.
Get Inspired!
Check out the latest Tiger News newsletter and other campus event calendars.
Get InTouch!
CSI cares about you--Meet the Staff.
Get Involved!
Check out involvement opportunities and information on current organizations.

 

 Financial Assistance & Scholarship
Concerned about the cost of your education?  Looking for scholarships?  You're in the right place!
Sias provide all kinds of scholarship: Financial Aid Awards, Leadership Awards, Entrepreneurial Awards, Phoenix Rising Women’s Scholarship, Bertha Smith Memorial Scholarship, Prevention Center Scholarship, Environmental Scholarship, Music Award, Art Award, etc.
You can apply for them in May every year!

If you pass all the course and the average score is 80 or above, GPA is 3.0 in the 4.0 scale for each course, you can apply for the Academic Scholarship.

 

 Personal Counseling
Is something bothering you? Do you feel uncomfortable talking about it with your family or friends? When you need to get a different perspective or have someone really hear you, Personal Counseling Services can provide information and support.

We offer the following services to help you manage stress, cope with transition, deal with relationship difficulties and work on things you want to change:
Individual Personal Counseling
Mental Health Information Links
Online Mental Health Screenings
College and Life Skills Workshops

 

Registrar
We are here to help you from the beginning through the end of your educational journey--from your admission application to your final degree check. We can assist you with interpreting university policies and degree requirements, fulfill your transcript requests or verify your current enrollment for insurance purposes.  Have a question about in-state residency requirements?  Need a course description sent to another college? Our goal is to maintain the quality, accuracy, safekeeping and confidentiality of the academic records of all current and former students.

 

Student Health
Not feeling well? Fever? Headache? Sprained ankle? Maybe you just need to talk to someone about a really personal health problem that no one else needs to know about. The Student Health Center is here for you when you need questions answered, need a doctor or nurse to evaluate a problem or need treatment for minor health concerns.

You can go to the SIAS Hospital for help if you need some help when you have fever, headache in Italy Square.

 

Testing Service

HSK
China's Hanyu Shuiping Kaoshi, known as HSK or the Chinese Proficiency Test is a standardized test at the state level designed and developed by the HSK Center of Beijing Language and Culture University to assess the Chinese proficiency of non-native speakers (foreigners, overseas Chinese and students of Chinese national minorities). HSK consists of the basic Chinese proficiency test (HSK Basic), the elementary and intermediate Chinese proficiency test (HSK Elementary-Intermediate) and the advanced Chinese proficiency test (HSK Advanced). HSK is held regularly in China and other countries each year. Certificates of HSK will be issued to those who have secured the required scores.

The Chinese Ministry of Education has established China National Committee for Chinese Proficiency Test (HSK)(CNCCPT). The Committee is the supervisor of HSK and the issuer of the Chinese proficiency certificates. CNCCPT has an office called Office of China National Committee for Chinese Proficiency Test (HSK), which takes care of the HSK affairs together with the HSK Center of BLCU.

1. About Applicants of HSK
HSK (Basic) applies to those learners with the basic Chinese proficiencies, namely, those who have taken 100 to 800 hours of regular modern Chinese learning (including those with the equivalent learning experiences). HSK (Elementary-Intermediate) is for those who are at the elementary and intermediate level in Chinese proficiency, i.e. those who have taken 400-2000 regular hours of modern Chinese courses (including those whose proficiency in Chinese is similar to that standard). The HSK (Advanced) is designed to measure the Chinese proficiency of those who are proficient in Chinese, i.e. who have taken 3000 regular hours or more modern Chinese learning (including those whose proficiency in Chinese is similar to that standard).

2. The functions of HSK Certificates
(1)to certify that the holder has acquired the required Chinese Proficiency to enter a college or university as an undergraduate or graduate student.
(2)to certify that the holder can be exempt from taking the Chinese language course depending on the level of certification.
(3)as a basis for the employers to evaluate the Chinese proficiency of the job applicants.

3. HSK organizer and certificate issuer
CNCCPT is the organizer of HSK. And the CNCCPT Office and the HSK Center of BLCU are both in charge of the HSK affairs.

4. Venues
HSK is held regularly in Mainland China.
If you want to know more about HSK, please check http://www.hsk.org.cn/intro/summary_E.html.