ADSM assists its students with a comprehensive range of programs, services facilities to support each student’s academic and personal pursuits. Our primary objective is to provide our students with the resources necessary to create for our students a supportive environment that catalyzes learning, personal development, and career preparation.
Academic Services provides support to students in many capacities. These include personal and academic support for all undergraduate students, program support for faculty in the deliverance of an integrated curriculum, and the monitoring and implementation of the School’s academic policies and procedures. The office advises students about their academic program, and assists them with consultation and referral for academic concerns as well as personal, cultural, and social concerns and quality-of-life issues.
The office provides the following programs and services:
Services for Students with Disabilities
Academic and support services are available for qualified students with learning disabilities and ADHD, medical and psychological conditions, and sensory and mobility impairments. Students interested in receiving services are responsible for identifying themselves to Disability Services, along with providing qualified and current documentation of their disability and need for academic accommodation(s). Students are strongly encouraged to contact the manager of Disability Services at the outset of their academic career at ADSM
Health & Outreach Services
ADSM provides outreach and programming that will increase students’ awareness and make information available on a wide range of health topics. It is our commitment to provide resources that will help ADSM students develop life skills to assist them in making responsible choices about sexuality, alcohol and other drugs, nutrition, stress management, relationships, eating concerns/disorders, and other health-related behaviors. To this end, ADSM shall designate a Health & Safety Administrator who shall oversee all health and safety related programs, including the following:
Student Financial Services provides services to students and their families in the areas of financial aid, financing options, and student accounts. Financial Services staff is available to help with any of the following:
Campus Development & Services
The Office of Campus Development & Services provides a wide range of assistance—building security, shuttle service, lost and found, fire safety and detection, crime prevention, escorts, law enforcement, and emergency ADSM OneCard replacement—24 hours per day, seven days per week, 365 days per year.
ADSM assumes no responsibility for damage to any vehicle while it is parked on ADSM property, during towing, or while in the possession of the towing agent. Please note that any car parked in a space not designated for students may be ticketed and/or towed. In the interest of community safety, and to reduce vandalism and theft, please remove all valuable articles from your car and lock it when not in use.
ADSM considers unauthorized parking in handicap areas a serious offense, and violators may be ticketed and towed. Please honor handicap parking spaces.
Education records are records, files, documents, and other materials maintained by ADSM which contain information directly related to a student.
ADSM maintains the following general records:
The Academic Records and Registration Office manages course registration for students and maintains the student transcript, an official record of transfer credit and course work completed at ADSM. The Registrar’s office evaluates course work and certifies graduate and undergraduate degree candidates prior to issuing a diploma.