The College provides a variety of student services under the general supervision of the Dean of Students. They are designed to support the personal, social, academic, and religious development of students.
The Student Health Center is contracted with Memphis
Health Center located in The Towne Center at 915 East McLemore one block from the main campus. Clinic hours are Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday 8 am to 5 pm and Wednesday 12:30 pm to 7:30 pm. The Center provides primary care, first aid emergency care, health education information, and a referral service. The services are free to all validated students. Only authorized officials may see student medical files in the Student Health Center. They are otherwise kept confidential, being released only with the student's permission. Hospitals and ambulance services are close to the campus.
Career Services is responsible for assisting students and alumni in achieving their career goals. Students are encouraged to begin their career development process as soon as possible after entering the college. Students must register with Career Services by starting a file, submitting an application and other documents, updating their resume, attending an orientation and signing-up for a mock interview. After completing registration and orientation, they can apply for full-time, part-time or internship employment opportunities.
Career Services continues working with students through their academic careers and after graduation. This process emphasizes learning and growing through self-exploration, the development of decision-making skills, clarification of career objectives and goals, enhancement of interviewing and resume writing skills, and professional and personal etiquette training and tips on professional dress.
Career Services assists seniors and graduates in matching employment fields to their career objectives, developing the techniques and skills necessary for a successful job search, researching and applying for graduate school, and learning how to study and sign-up for graduate school admission tests. The center also offers counseling for individuals and groups, an informational library of books, video tapes and company history, company tours, on-campus interviews from prospective employers and graduate school representatives, career fairs, workshops, student conferences, a national mentoring program, and other career development related events.
The Student Center
The Alma C. Hanson Student Center is the focal point of the College's extra-curricular life. It houses the Dorothy S. Harris Lounge, other lounge areas, administrative offices, student government offices, the College dining hall, the print shop, the bookstore, the mailroom, and the Little Theatre.
Housing and Food Service
LeMoyne-Owen houses approximately 175 students in several residential facilities. In case of weekend emergencies, resident students should contact Campus Safety or the housing director, who will assist in contacting the appropriate authorities for immediate
assistance. The College dining hall, located in the Student Center, is under the supervision of a licensed food service provider.