The following services are available to all currently enrolled McNeese students.
Frazar Memorial Library is the one-stop location for learning and academic support at McNeese. Offering a full range of library services, including an extensive collection of print and digitally-accessible resources, Frazar features interlibrary loans for items not owned by McNeese, publicly-accessible computers and printers for student use, study rooms, reference and instruction, and archives. Access to free online tutoring in more than 60 subject areas is also available through the library’s website.
Conveniently located on the banks of Contraband Bayou near McNeese Police and the Student Union, the library is home to the office of Accessibility Services and features free student resources provided by the Write to Excellence Center, Literature Lab, and Tutoring Center.
Kaufman Hall, Office 115
1-800-622-3352 Ext. 4205
The WTEC offers feedback on written work to help better writers. The staff does not proofread or correct writing, but they do review the writing, discuss it, and give suggestions on how to make it stronger. Create an account, view a helpful video about the system, and schedule appointments at https:/ /mcneese.mywconline.com.
Literature Lab (inside the WTEC)
Tutors help students learn to annotate and create useful notes on readings; understand literary terms, techniques, and concepts; decipher poetic and/ or archaic language; identify central themes and issues; and locate where problems of misinterpretation arise.
Kirkman Hall, Office 129 within the Academic Computing and Learning Center
1-800-622-3352 ext. 5748
The Tutoring Center offers free tutoring in a variety of subjects within the College of Science, Engineering, and Mathematics. No appointment is needed.
Library, Room 102
TDD 1-800-622-3352 ext. 5916
The Office of Accessibility Services provides academic support services for emotionally, physically, and learning-impaired students and accommodations for all enrolled students with disabilities as recognized by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). The office offers services such as monitored testing, interpreters, and note-takers for students with disabilities that qualify for these accommodations.
General Student Life Services and Support
Holbrook Student Union (NewRanch, 1st floor)
The Office of Student Services provides general support and guidance for students, and assists with day-to-day campus life issues. Functional areas within Student Services engage students through programs and activities to foster campus involvement and outside-of-the-classroom development.
Health and Wellness Services and Support
Hardtner Hall - Sale Road entrance (northside)
1-800-622-3352 Ext. 5748
Student Health Services offers acute medical care for students and is staffed with a nurse practitioner, nursing staff and a collaborating physician for consultation.
Kaufman Hall, Office 112E
The Counseling Center assists students with personal development and mental health needs. Types of problems addressed are: Alcohol and Drug Abuse, Career Decisions and Choices, Study Skills Improvement, Job-Related Stress, Marital and Family Issues, Psychological Issues, Emotional, and Personal Adjustment, Academic Stress or Stress Management, etc.
Career and Employment Services and Support
Burton Business Center (BBC) 210C
1-800-622-3352 Ext. 5181
Career and Professional Development Services offers guidance on choosing a career/college major and preparing for a job search. Extensive resources are available online and career testing through Type Focus is available to currently enrolled students.
Smith Hall, Office 110
1-800-622-3352 ext. 5104
Student Employment offers assistance to students seeking work on campus. Career and Professional Development Services BBC210C 337-475-5181 | 1-800-622-3352 ext.5181 www.mcneese.edu/ career Career Servicesoffersguidanceon choosing a career/ college major and preparing for a job search. Extensive resources are available online, and career testing through Type Focus is available to currently enrolled students.
Are you eligible to participate in state or federally-financed work-study this school year?
Or, do you have an expected family contribution (EFC) of $0 this academic year? I
f so, you may be eligible to receive aid through the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)!
Under regular SNAP rules, students enrolled at least half-time in an institution of higher education are not eligible for SNAP unless they meet an exemption. However, the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021 has temporarily expanded SNAP eligibility to include students who are work-study eligible or have an EFC of $0.
Read more about the program here
Affordable Connectivity Program
The Affordable Connectivity Program is an FCC program that helps connect families and households struggling to afford internet service.
Please more about the program here