The Student Resource Center at Cox College welcomes you.

The Student Resource Center at Cox College provides support for students in academics and personal and social development. The Center aids students in developing transition-to-college foundations such as study strategies, note-taking tips, test taking proficiencies, time management skills, learning styles assessments, and relaxation techniques, as well as providing guidance in dealing with stress, anxiety, and personal concerns. All students are encouraged to use the support services available through the Center and students may suggest additional ideas or make comments via a suggestion box.

The Student Resource Center’s goal is to encourage success strategies for college and for life. Workshops and seminars on textbook reading, all stages of writing research papers and reports, and APA style may be offered each semester. An introductory course, CCPL 100-Promoting Learning and Ultimate Success, provides incoming students with the opportunity to become familiar with the campus and to develop their learning skills.

During the renovation, the Student Resource Center is located in the former library just off the J200 hallway.

 

Available Forms

At the Student Resource Center, students and faculty will find many informational forms, including those listed as follows:

  • Student Employment forms
  • Early Warning/Early Intervention forms
  • Disability Accommodation forms

In addition, students can find information about Student Ambassadors, the Student Government Association and other clubs and organizations.

 

About the Early Warning/Early Intervention Program

Cox College offers an Early Warning/Early Intervention Program. This program occurs during the first five (5) weeks of classes, during the fall and spring semesters. The Student Resource Center utilizes a proactive format to aid students needing additional study opportunities and resources

Available Software

Educational Global Technologies, Inc.

  • Basic Head to Toe Patient Assessment
  • Concept Mapping
  • Enhance your Critical Thinking Skills
  • Fundamentals: The Nursing Process
  • Math Magic for Meds II
  • Strategies for Problem Solving
  • TestMaster-Improve Your Study Habits & Test-Taking Skills
  • The Basic Principles of Pharmacology

 Math Series

  • Basic Skills (including fractions, decimals, percent & word problems)
  • Pre-Algebra
  • Algebra
  • Intermediate Algebra
  • Geometry

Writing Center & Resources

Cox College’s Student Resource Center is located on the second floor Terrace.  If you are needing assistance with writing a paper, you can schedule an appointment with a tutor by going to your Student Portal and selecting the Tutoring Tab. You will then need to select a time to meet with a tutor. You can also email the Writing Center for additional information.

In addition, the Drury University Writing Center is available to Cox College students. The Writing Center is located in Olin Library, Room 204.

Paper Review

If you would like your paper reviewed please go to the NetTutor tab in your Student portal. You will need to select paper drop-off and upload your paper in a Word document. You will complete a brief questionnaire to assist the NetTutor Writing Center staff in reviewing your paper. It is best to allow at least three business days (Monday-Friday) to have your paper reviewed. 

Reach the Writing Center

The Writing Center is open Monday-Thursday 1-4 p.m. and 7-10 p.m. and Sunday 7-10 p.m. or by appointment. While the Center takes walk-ins, it is best to plan in advance and make an appointment. Please be sure to bring your assignment and a draft of whatever you have done.

You can email the Writing Center at WritingCenter@coxcollege.edu.

Counseling

Students are encouraged to seek counseling help when they first experience signs of distress or other issues that they would like to discuss in a confidential setting. 

Off-campus community counseling and treatment services are available from the following resources.

If you are experiencing a counseling emergency or feel suicidal, please contact 911 or the 24-hour crisis line at 1-800-273-TALK (8255) or go to a local emergency room.

Off-Campus Counseling & Treatment Services

 

Burrell Behavioral Health

1300 Bradford Parkway
Springfield, MO
(417) 761 5000

The Burrell Center is for outpatient mental health benefits. Payment is based on co-pay and insurance, proof of income, etc.

Burrell Center Crisis Assist Team: (24-hour Hotline)

(417) 761 5555
1 (800) 494 7355

Carol Jones Recovery Center for Women

2411 W. Catalpa
Springfield, MO
(417) 862 3455

Center for Addictions

1423 N. Jefferson
Springfield, MO
(417) 269 2273

Cox North Hospital

1423 N. Jefferson
Springfield, MO
(417) 269 3000

Cox South Hospital

3801 S. National
Springfield, MO
(417) 269 6000

Marian Center

1235 E. Cherokee
Springfield, MO
(417) 820 2000
(417) 820 7440 

Mercy Behavioral Health

1312 E. Lark
Springfield, MO 65804
(417) 820 3707

Mercy Clinic Psychology

2030 S. National, Suite 105
Springfield, MO 65804
(417) 820 9590

Mercy Hospital

1235 E. Cherokee
Springfield, MO
(417) 820 2000

MSU Center City Counseling Clinic

Park Central Office Bldg. (Corner of South and McDaniel)
(417) 836 3215

MSU Counseling Center

901 S. National
Springfield, MO
(417) 836 5449

Murney Clinic

1322 South Campbell
Springfield, MO
(417) 865 8943

Ozarks Counseling Center

1550 E. Battlefield, Suite A
Springfield, MO
(417) 869 9011

Sigma House Recovery Center

800 S. Park Ave.
Springfield, MO
(417) 862 3339

The Victim Center:

819 N. Boonville Ave.
Springfield, MO
(417) 863 7273
(417) 864 7233 (Hotline)

Open 8:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. Monday-Thursday.

Springfield Police Department

911 or (417) 864 1810

Sheriff Greene County

(417) 868 4040

Cox Medical Center South Emergency Department
3801 S. National
(417) 269 6000

Mercy Hospital Emergency Department
Corner of National and Sunshine
(417) 820 2000

Welcome to the Disability Support Services (DSS) Office at Cox College.

In support of the college’s mission, vision and core values, the Disability Support Services Office commits to collaborating with faculty, staff, students, and the community to encourage a college environment in which individuals are viewed on the basis of ability, not disability.

We are thrilled you have chosen to pursue your educational goals at Cox College, and we look forward to serving and supporting you in your endeavors.

The Disability Support Services Office personnel continue to be available remotely by phone, email, or Zoom online videoconferencing as well.

To get started, please contact us at:

  • Email: disabilityservices@coxcollege.edu 

Pregnant and Parenting students have certain protections under Title IX. (For our purposes, “parenting” students are those with newborn children. Qualifying circumstances may allow for extended support when deemed medically necessary.) Title IX coverage extends to pregnant students and new mothers because pregnancy is a phenomenon only experienced by women.

If you are a student, or know a student, who you believe falls under Title IX Pregnant and Parenting protection, please email Dr. Raquel Morrow at Raquel.Morrow@coxcollege.edu for assistance.