Student Resources

Simpson University offers many free services to its students to help them with their college studies, physical and mental wellbeing, and career goals. These services the Academic Success Center, the Writing Center, the Health Center, the Counseling Center, and the Career Services Center.

The Student Behavior Assessment Team – a partnership between Academics, Enrollment Management, and Student Development – is a safe place to report concerns you have about a student who may be in need of encouragement and counsel. By making a referral to the team, you are not making a determination regarding your concern but are allowing the appropriate campus officials to do so.

If you as a student have concerns regarding matters relating to Title IX issues (i.e., sexual assault, sexual harassment, gender discrimination, retaliation, or sexual misconduct of any kind) Simpson University has individuals and a process to assist you in answering questions you might have, or receiving a grievance you might want to express.

The Traditional Undergraduate Handbook contains all the information that you need to know about Simpson’s guidelines and procedures. A PDF copy of the Traditional Undergraduate Handbook is provided so you have easy access to this information. The document which outlines Simpson's Community values, called "The Simpson Way" is also available as a PDF download here.

Electronic versions of the academic calendar, the course catalog, and course and final schedules can be found here. This section also provides students with information about living on campus, including meal plan, parking, and residence hall information.

Other helpful resources include our Veteran's Affairs and Advising Center pages.