Assistance For Students
The faculty and staff members of Rocky Mountain College offer a variety of services to assist students in handling the many challenges that college life presents. If you find yourself struggling with your classes, studies, physical health, stress, or need guidance in deciding what you will do after college, check out the many assistance options available to you at RMC.
Services for Academic Success
Services for Academic Success (SAS) is a comprehensive support program that aims to help eligible students successfully complete college. If you are a first-generation college student (neither parent graduated from a four-year college or university), are from a low-income household, or have a disability, you may be eligible for services from this program.
If you have a learning or physical disability, provide your documentation and register with SAS as soon as possible to arrange test-taking accommodations and other academic adjustments.
Are you having trouble adjusting to college life? Are relationship issues causing stress? Do you have concerns about substance abuse? RMC's school counselor, Cynthia Hutchinson, is available for student counseling.
If you are an international student, be sure to visit with Amber West-Martin from International Programs for personal advice and guidance in navigating life at RMC.
Take a Study Skills Class
Is time management a challenge for you? Do your class notes look like hash notes? RMC's Bob Ketchum may be able to help you out - sign up for his study skills course and learn the studying/note-taking techniques of the pros.
Take Refresher Math
If it's been a long time since you've had math and you're dreading college-level algebra or calculus, it may help you to begin your college career with a review of the basics from mathematics professor Robyn Cummings.
Career Exploration and Counseling
Are you still undecided about what to major in, or are you contemplating what you're going to do for the rest of your life? A good first step is to visit Lisa Wallace in the Office of Career Services in the Student Union Building (SUB). Her office number is Bair Family Student Center 116, located next door to the dean of students' office. She can also be reached by phone at 406.657.1039.
Student Health Services
The purpose of RMC’s Student Health Program is to provide, promote and integrate individual health care, preventative services and health education programming to support a healthy student population. Staffed by RMC’s PA (Physician Assistants) faculty and a consulting physician.
The health services suite is located in the Fortin Education Center, the Student Health Center is most easily accessed through the entrance on the east side of the building.
Monday through Friday: 8:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. and 1:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Closed during college recognized holidays, weekends and during the summer and winter breaks. Please note, occasionally it may be necessary to adjust office hours due to extenuating circumstances. Any changes will be posted at the Student Health Services entrance in advance.
406.657.1068Walk-in service will be provided for urgent cases only. For best care and to prevent long wait times, please call 406.657.1068 to schedule an appointment.