Academic Support Center

Access Services

Minot State University recognizes its responsibility for making reasonable accommodations and/or adjustments to ensure there is no discrimination on the basis of disability as established under Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act.

In coordination with the Access Services, reasonable accommodations will be provided for qualified students with disabilities (LD, Orthopedic, Hearing, Visual, Speech, Psychological, ADD/ADHD, Health Related, TBI, Speech, PTSD, and Other). Please meet with the instructor during the first week of class to make arrangements. Accommodations and alternative format print materials (large print, audio, disk or Braille) are available through the Access Services, located on campus in the lower level of Lura Manor. For more information, contact Access Services at (701) 858-3371 or visit the website at

Career Center

The Career Center provides programs and services to student to aid in the development and implementation of their educational plans and goals. Through the Center’s programs and services, our goals is to assist students from the beginning to the end – beginning with new student orientation and ending with the final stages of the job search process. We provide new and current students with the support they need to be successful.

Career Services

Services and programs are provided to help students explore career options, clarify their career goals and link those goals to appropriate academic paths. A variety of career assessment and decision-making resources are available with detailed descriptions of different occupations, labor market information and the certification and education requirements necessary to enter the world-of-work for specific careers.

Staff provides assistance to students and alumni in defining career and employment goals and assist in their search for employment opportunities. In addition, the Career Center offers guidance on job search strategies including resume preparation, cover letter writing, and interviewing techniques. The office also coordinates activities such as on campus interviews, specialized career workshops, annual job fair and etiquette dinner.

Programming /Workshops

The Career Center along with the POWER Center provide a variety of programs designed to enhance student success from entrance to the university and throughout the university experience. Topics include: time management, career exploration, study skills, money management, writing for college coursework and stress techniques.