Methodist College is committed to providing a healthy and safe campus environment for our students. We have put cleaning protocols in place and have reconfigured classroom space to accommodate social distancing.
Just as classroom instruction is being offered in a mix of face-to-face, hybrid, and online offerings, our student services have adapted as well.
Academic Support Collaborative
Visit the following links for information on accessing virtual student support and resources.
Please visit Academic Advising for information on current advising services.
Center for Student Success
Center for Student Success (CSS) services are available virtually via Teams or Zoom. For more information, please email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. Also, you can find information by visiting our D2L page, our CSS webpage, or visit our CSS YouTube Channel for additional videos
Library services, including research assistance and interlibrary loan, are available via email, phone, text, chat, and video call. Learn about all your options with this guide: https://methodistcol.libguides.com/virtuallibrary
The Testing Center will be available for ADA accommodated students and make-up exams by appointment only. To schedule or cancel an appointment, email email@example.com. Please include your professor's name, course number, exam number, and desired day/time for the appointments. If you wish to waive your ADA accommodation, please email the testing center with the information.
OASIS (Office of Access, Support, and Inclusion Services)
For additional information about OASIS virtual services, please visit the OASIS D2L page.
In addition to in-person counseling, Methodist College offers virtual sessions as well. For more information, please contact Counseling Service Coordinator, Tabatha Poppenga, at (309) 671-2152 or by email.
Click here to schedule a session.
Methodist College offers My Student Support Program (MySSP) to all enrolled undergraduate and graduate students. MySSP provides all students with immediate, 24-hour support at no cost to the student, regardless of health insurance provider. Students can call or text with a licensed counselor directly from their cell phone from any location.
Student services include:
Immediate support available by phone or text
Ongoing support by appointment, available through phone or secure video portal
You can download the My SSP app from either the Apple App Store or Google Play to access individual, brief, solution-focused counseling support with licensed mental health clinicians, as well as self-directed digital content.? Phone access is also available at 1.866.743.7732. (Outside the U.S., call 001.416.380.6578)
If you have any questions or need additional information, please contact Tabatha Poppenga, Counseling Service Coordinator at (309) 671-2152 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
To request disability accommodations please complete the "Request for Accommodations" form located in D2L. You can either fill out the Google form or print the PDF and submit to Danelle Thorpe via email or by dropping off in office W160. Danelle will contact you to set up a phone or zoom meeting to further discuss your request. In person meetings can be accommodated if requested.
Title IX pregnancy accommodations
If you are pregnant and requesting to use Title IX accommodations please contact our Title IX coordinator, Mr. Tyler Smith via e-mail at email@example.com or phone at (309) 671-5133.
Title IX reports
If you need to report a possible violation of Title IX please submit by email or visit our web page for additional reporting options.
Simulation Center learning resources are available on D2L and include Video Resources and Skill Checklists. The following folders can be found at the bottom of the Simulation Center home page on D2L:
D2L - Simulation Center - Video Library
D2L - Simulation Center - Skill Checklists
Please send all email communication to the Methodist College Financial Aid Office centralized email. This will ensure that your questions and concerns can be addressed in a timely manner.