Student Services

Working Together Beyond The Classroom

Student Services is here to ease your transition to the university, but our mission doesn’t end there. Educational partnerships and academic support programs encourage learning and promote personal development and quality of life for all students. 

Personal growth is just as important as your academic growth. Our campus culture encourages the development of student leadership, and personal responsibility and accountability, and provides an inclusive and supportive learning community.


Accessibility Services

accessibility.services@athens.edu
256-233-8143

Accessibility Services (formerly Disability Services) is committed to providing students with disabilities equal access to Athens State University. The office aims to remove social and environmental barriers by working collaboratively with students, faculty, staff, and the community. To achieve this goal, reasonable academic accommodations, assistive technology, and support services are utilized.


Career Development Center

careerdevelopmentcenter@athens.edu
256-233-8145

The Career Development Center provides assistance to Athens State students and alumni in career planning, development, and job-seeking strategies. The department serves as a major link between students/Alumni and potential employers. We are here to assist students in identifying and fulfilling their future goals and aspirations.


Counseling Services

Counseling.services@athens.edu
256-233-8144

A licensed professional counselor is available by appointment to discuss personal issues with currently enrolled students and Athens State University faculty and staff, on a brief-counseling basis. All counseling services are provided with your confidentiality in mind and offered at no charge to you.


Enrollment Center

enrollment@athens.edu
256-233-8130

The Enrollment Center is a one-stop full-service center for students, providing a one-stop solution for many tasks and issues involving the transfer and enrollment process including Admissions, Financial Aid, Records, and more.

How We Can Help:

In-Person
Whether you have questions, need to submit paperwork, or are requesting transcripts or other documentation – The Enrollment Center is there to help! Visit in person during regular business hours – Monday-Friday 8 am to 4:30 p.m

Over the Phone
Do you have a question about Admissions or Financial Aid? Are you having trouble registering for classes? Give the Enrollment Center a call at 256-233-8130 or toll-free at 800-522-0272.

Email
Prefer to request assistance via email? No problem! You can reach out at enrollment@athens.edu.

Appointment
Do you feel you have a more complex issue than The Enrollment Center can help with? Let us help you make an appointment with one of our advisors or subject matter experts! Give us a call, and we will be happy to help!


Financial Aid

Finaid@athens.edu
256-233-8122

Our Financial Aid goal is to assist students in securing a quality education without missing an opportunity because of their financial situation.   We meet our goal through two major objectives:  supplement the efforts of our students and their parents in meeting educational costs and provide financial aid to students who would be unable to attend this institution without such assistance.


International Students

Carolyn.Carthen@athens.edu
256-233-8271

Thank you for your interest in Athens State University! Athens State University is Alabama’s oldest institution of higher learning, offering over 50 bachelor’s degree program options. Students from many countries have studied at Athens State University and have gone on to successful careers and/or pursue graduate studies. International Student Services is dedicated to providing comprehensive services and support for all international students.


Office of the Registrar

Registrar@athens.edu
256-233-8131

The Office of Registrar (Student Records) is responsible for maintaining accurate student academic records while maintaining the privacy and security of those records. The Registrar provides a variety of services to students.


Student Success Center

256-233-8130

The Student Success Center provides a central location to receive academic guidance, information, and bachelor’s degree advising/planning.


Veteran Affairs

Carolyn.Carthen@athens.edu
256-233-8271

As a veteran, you are entitled to certain benefits and are eligible to participate in certain programs. Our mission is to assist active duty service members, veterans, reservists, Guardsmen, and family members with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs education benefits and services.